A talk by Eric Gibson, the Arts in Review editor of The Wall Street Journal, is presented by the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom in conjunction with the American Culture & Ideas Initiative.

Among its many revolutions, the digital age has altered our relationship to visual information — how we take it in and process it, as well as our expectations of it. What are the consequences of this for the experience and understanding of art?

Eric Gibson is the arts in review editor of The Wall Street Journal, overseeing the opinion side of the paper’s cultural coverage—its criticism of the fine arts, television, movies, theater and the many forms of popular music. He also writes art exhibition reviews and op-eds on issues in the world of museums.