Colin Goldberg (born December 23, 1971, Bronx, New York) is an American artist whose work explores the intersection of traditional painting and digital media. This mixed media approach has been described as "tradigital." His compositions blend diverse influences including Japanese calligraphy and computer-based wire-frame models. His technique of layering computer-assisted abstractions with painted surfaces has found a following in New York, Long Island, and the Hamptons. He describes his work as "primarily an exploration of abstraction and technology." Like Jackson Pollock, Goldberg says he is interested in the "duality between control and accident."