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- An artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience.
- 2019, Stanislav Ivanov, Craig Webster, Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Service Automation in Tourism and Hospitality, page 97:
- Similar to the Green Luddite ideology, Techspressionism is highly emotional but focuses on pleasure rather than fear.
- 2019 April 5, “Oz Van Rosen Featured In Group Show At The Whiteroom Gallery”, in The Southhampton Press:
- Ms. Van Rosen is a Southampton native who describes her work as “Abstract Techspressionism,” a new form of abstract photography characterized by generating intentional and erratic image errors using light and pixels instead of pigment and paint.
- 2021 September 11, “Mountain Monday’s presentation on ‘Art, Technology, and Emotion: Techspressionism’”, in The Sierra Sun:
- In this presentation, Goldberg will give a brief introduction to Techspressionism and how it relates to artistic movements of the past. Goldberg will also discuss Techspressionism’s evolution through the pandemic and its relationship to the concept of Social Sculpture as developed by German artist Joseph Beuys in the 1970s.