Allyson Strafella has been drawing with a typewriter for over 20 years. She has developed her own marks that are her visual language: a drawing language ‘written’ by type, and a written language drawn as mark and form. Her work has been exhibited internationally, and is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Museum of Modern Art, New York amongst many many more.
Although modern art was initially slow to respond to technology, its history went on to become inextricably linked with it, starting before the First World War with the Futurists’ first manifesto (1909) and their fascination with the machine. During the past two decades or so artists have been engaging with digital aspects of technology...Read More