Ruth Gibson (Artist), Bruno Martelli (Artist), Adam Nash (Composer)

    Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchExhibition


    MAN A VR exhibited as a part of a curated show at the Barbican in the conservatory alongside the symposium.This one-day event will bring together leading international speakers to discuss: • historical and emergent digital arts practice • art market trends • data-driven innovation for makers and public and private audiences.Panel discussions will respond to sector themes and technological innovation. A prototype lab will offer a space to test and share emerging content and concepts from industry and academia. This event is supported by Arts Council England and will take place at the Barbican, London.ProgrammeThe event will explore the following topics: • How the democratisation of art is shaping art markets: What are the current themes emerging from the art markets and how is digitalisation shaping future interactions? • Technological advances and the experience of art: Data-driven opportunities and considerations for the collector. • Will blockchain save art? Next phase perspectives on blockchain for artists and markets. • Digital futures, materiality and added value: When data is a medium for artistic expression, is there a future for the material artefact?  


    • Artificial intelligence
    • art market
    • data
    • tangible
    • intangible
    • dance


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