Below you’ll find links to the three segments of an in-depth (and I mean in-depth) trilogy I wrote for Kill Screen, which The New Yorker described as “the McSweeney’s of interactive media,” on what’s known as the low-poly aesthetic in digital artwork. It’s a more art historically based piece than what you’re used to reading here, but I think it’s another fascinating case of the interplay between contemporary art and technology.
If you agree, share it around. Hope you enjoy. I’ll be back with a new post tomorrow.