Even if digital art existed for a long time, digital artists have been working without recognition, without recompense, for a very long time. Why? jpegs could be easily downloaded and copied. And then came the NFT-Boom and blockchain technology that … Continue reading Web3 Art Collectors
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived, binding our lives even more tightly to connected technologies like virtual reality, blockchain and web3.>Who can present, own and distribute artworks in these digital realms?>Can emerging technologies really be used for the good of … Continue reading Canadian Art Scene: Meta Gallery
History tends to hide itself. Or do we tend to forget it? What we take for granted nowadays, sometimes in the (distant) past was different. Alongside writings of the time, paintings offer a glimpse into the history and can reveal … Continue reading VR Stories Behind Iconic Artists. Artemisia Gentileschi
Video games are appealing to the new generations, with consumers growing constantly. Nowadays, museums try to reinvent themselves, but might videogames be a solution to it? Video games can be forms of art, but museums can tap into the potential … Continue reading Video Games in Art Museums? (Part 2)
It might seem that gamers and art museums have nothing in common. Two different worlds that rarely intersect each other, says common sense. But, a new series of events organised by We Are Museums In Cooperation with the Smithsonian Presented by … Continue reading Video Games in Art Museums?