We are entering a post-human age where our relationships are formed through mobile phones and online chat rooms, which, with the renaissance of the internet, radically alters the very nature of our communication as well as enhance it. More and more of us express ourselves through the face of a screen; through a brightly lit glass.
Art is changing as well. The entertainment industries specialising within games, films and music utilise art in many ways. But what place does art itself have in such an increasingly computerised society? It was once said that we no longer expect that art's value will be found in its individually expressed qualities, and that it is just as likely to be time-based and digitally manipulated.