• NFT interview on talkRADIO

    NFT interview on talkRADIO

    Alex May was interviewed by Kevin O’Sullivan on talkRADIO this morning about NFT’s (Non-Fungible Tokens) and how these blockchain technologies redefine the ownership and monetisation of digital assets.

  • International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 16, Issue 3 (2020)

    International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 16, Issue 3 (2020)

    The Human Super-Organism is featured in the latest issue of the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media.

  • CAPABLE Project Artists Collaboration

    CAPABLE Project Artists Collaboration

    The CAPABLE project is delighted to welcome artists Anna Dumitriu and Alex May to the team.

  • Video Sculpture by Alex May (2007-2020)

    Video Sculpture by Alex May (2007-2020)

    Since 2007, artist Alex May has developed video sculpture. Presented here is a video compilation of a selection of these artworks.

  • Sharing a space with a robot

    Sharing a space with a robot

    Since 2019, Anna Dumitriu and Alex May have been working with Schindler on an artistic project that explores what it would be like to share social spaces with robots.

  • TECHnique Interview

    TECHnique Interview

    Richard F Adams speaks to Alex May, a British contemporary artist whose practice forges links between art, science and technology through a wide range of digital new media.

  • Algorithmic Photograph shortlisted for the British Photography Awards 2019

    Algorithmic Photograph shortlisted for the British Photography Awards 2019

    “Trails of Birds Over Merlin’s Cave” was shortlisted for the British Photography Awards 2019 in the Birdlife category. The algorithmic photograph was taken in 2018 on a trip to visit Tintagel Castle in Cornwall and captures five minutes of birds flying above the crashing waves next to the sea cave where, according to Arthurian legend, […]

  • Algorithmic Photography Latest TV interview

    Algorithmic Photography Latest TV interview

    Alex May was interviewed by Latest TV about his Algorithmic Photography project.

  • My Robot Companion on BBC 4 Tech (Arabic)

    Alex May and Anna Dumitriu were interviewed for BBC Arabic’s flagship technology program 4 Tech about their ongoing collaborative art project My Robot Companion. The segment starts about 7 minutes in and lasts for about 6 minutes.

  • Emergency Index: Volume 3

    Emergency Index: Volume 3

    Alex’s Painting With Light performance at Tate Modern is featured in the amazing latest edition of Emergency Index. “While we argue about what performance documentation might mean, every year countless performances are lost to history. In book form, Emergency Index attempts to capture a broad snapshot of the “state of the field” of performance, as it exists right […]

  • Aesthetica Magazine Interview

    Aesthetica Magazine Interview

    Aesthetica Magazine interviewed Alex May about his art practise in advance of Kinetica Art Fair 2014. Kinetica Art Fair Artist Interview: Alex May “He captivates viewers by painting with digital video footage in real-time onto physical sculptures with synchronised audio and interactive technology.” Related: Kinetica Art Fair 2014 installation

  • My Robot Companion on BBC World Service Click

    HARR1, Anna Dumitriu, and Alex May are featured on BBC World Service Click’s coverage of the Brighton Digital Festival. You can listen to the program here.

  • HARR1 at Fabrica for Brighton Digital Festival 2014

    An Afternoon with HARR1: a Brighton Digital Festival conversation event took place at Fabrica  on the 3rd of September 2014. Hosted by Lorenza Ippolito, in conversation with artists Alex May and Anna Dumitriu, visitors were introduced to, and interacted with, HARR1 (Humanoid Art Research Robot 1) and held a lively discussion covering a wide range of topics including robot carers […]

  • 4Humanities Interview with Alex May

    In which I talk about the artistic exploration of programming and video mapping, how the web is a terrible technical mess, and how phone phreaking sounds like the universe. http://4humanities.org/2013/11/interview-with-alex-may/