Digitalization doesn't only change society, but also art - and practically all areas of it. I've compiled 12 terms that helped to shape the year gone by and that might also serve to indicate what we can expect from the coming one.
In Munich the UNPAINTED went into the second edition. Thanks to our media partners Reflektor M for the interview ...
The online art market may still play a supporting role when viewed in terms of the overall market for art. Studies nonetheless show that the digitalization of the market has increased significantly.
The blockchain grants the author the exclusive right to reproduce, publish, and sell the content and its intellectual property. How does the art scene react to these new technological developments? To find out more, Annette Doms asks Alain Servais (collector), Wolf Lieser (gallerist) and Aram Bartholl (artist.)
The art market has always been the antithesis of transparency – based on access to the right networks and financial staying power. Is any of this going to change any time soon?
Even if digital art is still in its infancy, it flourishes while essentially remaining unevaluated and the public approaches it with a degree of curiosity. New art forms in the immaterial digital domain demand a general rethink in terms of their conservation, presentation and acquisition.