It does seen undeniable that certain aspects of technology, even coding has an "art" to it. And it is undeniable that many of the creations of technology are in fact art. The irony to me is that cinema has absorbed so much- and is dependent on- the tech field. The artistic achievements of movies like the Lord of the Rings or Avatar are not possible without technology as a tool. But then we should never confuse the tools with the creation. Brushes and paints in and of themselves are not the art, it is what the inspired human mind does with them that becomes art.
Given this type of framework it seems evident to me that at some point even video games will produce some games we can call "art". Google of course is less ambiguous about it than I am as is the Barbican in London: