Steven Silberg, lecturer in visual arts, won the Washington Post’s Real Art D.C. contest. “I think that my works fits into this weird subsection of the art world that’s somewhat a reaction to digital work,” Silberg said. “It’s post-digital. People are seeming to reembrace the glitch, the human touch—there’s a break from the pure cleanliness of digital. A lot of people are rejecting the detachment of it.”
The article, “Pixel Artist Steven Silberg Wins the Washington Post’s Real Art D.C. contest,” appeared October 27 in the Washington Post.