Mefail Tahiri 1*  Ejup Rustemi 2   

1 University of Tetova, North Macedonia

2 University of Tetova, North Macedonia

*  mefailt@gmail.com


Since the beginning of time, the world of art has been a fascinating reflection of civilization. The fabric of creative efforts is significantly influenced by technology in this era of digitization, which continues to play a vital role. There has been a paradigm change brought about by the proliferation of digital tools and platforms, which has dramatically altered the environment in which artists may conceive of, disseminate, and interact with their artwork. Technology has unfurled a tapestry of fresh possibilities for artistic expression, transcending borders and making art universally accessible to an ever-expanding worldwide audience. These new discoveries range from the limitless regions of digital painting to the immersive virtual reality encounters that have been made possible by technology.

Keywords: art, technology, creativity, expression, modern.


Days when painting together with sculpture were limited to the realm of physical experience are far away in history. Contemporary artists fully embrace technology, using its ability to enhance their creative process and overcome the limitations imposed by traditional art forms. A digital painting offers painters a wide range of possibilities, including a diverse selection of colors, textures, and intriguing effects. Artists are presented with a diverse array of choices to select from. Alternatively, sculptors can use the capabilities of 3D printing technology to produce intricate and complex works that were previously considered unattainable using traditional human methods. The fusion of art and technology revitalizes age-old traditions, paving the way for a boundless realm of innovation.

Devoid of access to humanity’s accumulated history of technological advancement, the creation of art in its current form would be utterly unattainable. This encompasses a wide range of artistic endeavors, spanning from the earliest forms of painting to the production of musical instruments and modern film (Bakhshi, Downing, Michael, Osborne, Schneider, 2017).

Volume 9, No.1 (2024): April

ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)

DOI : 10.33807/monte.20243101

DOI URL:  https://doi.org/10.33807/monte.20243101

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