Brett Phares is an artist and curator working in computer simulation and installation. With 20+ years in interactive media, he has created innovative projects for both startups and international brands alike, all inescapably informing the visual syntax of his personal work. He earned his MFA from Hunter College in Integrated Media Arts, and MA in Art History, Theory and Criticism from SUNY Stony Brook. He has shown in North America, Asia and Australia; has written and taught on our pre-disposed blindness in everyday experience; is curator of Alys Beach’s annual projected art festival Digital Graffiti and its artist residency; and is primary instigator of General Anxiety, a public art consultancy.

About

The evolution of the internet has transformed the way we create, collect and appreciate art. FRAMED is a platform that brings the world of digital art into the everyday.

We provide artists with a versatile, state-of-the-art digital canvas that fosters new forms of interactive, generative, and software-based art, and allows them to share their creations with audiences across the globe.

Go to Gallery to see what our community of pioneering artists are publishing to the platform.

Go to Products to learn more about our meticulously designed digital art displays.

For artists

FRAMED for Artists is currently in private beta. You can request an invite here.