- Marc Spiegler feels artists are finally using technology to make great art
- Artists who are now digital natives are redefining how art is made
Marc Spiegler is the Global Director of Art Basel, leading its wide-ranging activities across the art world. Prior to joining Art Basel in 2007, he was a journalist for 15 years, writing about art, technology, video games, architecture, design and even politics. This month he joins CNN Style as a guest editor, commissioning a series of features on the topic of art and technology.
(CNN)In 2002, a self-taught programmer named Cory Arcangel hacked the code of a Nintendo Super Mario cartridge, stripping away all the graphics except for the fluffy pixelized clouds.