Art and the Internet Age: Mapping the Effect of the Digital World on Our Cultural Past and Present


The 92Y Art Center, in collaboration with Meural, hosts a conversation exploring how the digital world is shaping contemporary visual culture and challenging our understanding of art, the artist, originality and ownership.

The panel, moderated by Meural’s Head of Curation, Poppy Simpson, brings together the founder of LISA (Leaders in Software and Art) & Creative Tech Week, Isabel Draves, New York Public Library CDO Tony Ageh and artist Eric Corriel, and is presented in conjunction with (un)Common: an exhibition presenting works that reconfigure, remix and reimagine items held in the public domain — or “the commons.”

This event and the exhibition unCommon was made possible by Meural.