the group exhibition post analog studio at NYC-based contemporary art gallery the hole examines digital media’s impact on art making, with a focus on digitally-influenced painting, digital video and sculpture. with specific interest in CAD rendering and 3D modeling, the show includes 26 artists from established to emerging, with works that vary from pixels, to paint, to 3D printing. robert lazzarini, chain-link fence (torn), 2012, steel and pigment, 134 x 276 x 75 inches, 340 x 701 x 191 cm installed in a seamless white room of the gallery, which resembles the studios where digital video and digital photography thrive, the artworks appear to almost float, mimicking the digital space in which most of them were conceived. capturing the diverse experiences of artists working with technology, or influenced by its structures or aesthetics, the exhibition includes paintings, installations, video, animations, and more. matt hansel, the tide that left and never came back, 2019, oil and flashe paint on linen mounted to panel, 30 x 44 inches, 76 x 112 cm participating artists include: takeshi murata, who is exhibiting a complete computer fabrication, not an alteration or adjustment of re...