By Cinque Hicks
In Atlanta, art most often meets technology in a sonic landscape of hip-hop samples, glitch music and heady sound-generating software performed at Dorkbot. Continuing Wed., MAY 14, however, Spruill Gallery moves the digital ball forward on the visual field as well with BREAKING NEW GROUND: INTERSECTIONS AT THE FRONTIER OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY. Curator Hope Cohn has assembled eight artists who collectively explore technological interactions with art, both visual and aural, including heavy doses of site-specific installation and art produced by algorithms and formulas. Artists include Georgia Tech professors Tristan Al-Hadid and Carla Diana, technophilic visual artist Danielle Roney, painter Sarah Emerson and others. Through June 26. Free. Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Spruill Gallery, 4681 Ashford Dunwoody Road. 770-394-3447. www.spruillarts.org/gallery.
(Photo Nest, Carla Diana)