A Global Impact: Digital Art's New Visibility
Including digital art in the world's most influential events, from traditional biennials to cutting-edge festivals and art fairs, has become a staple when it comes to representing today's contemporary art.
This conversation gathers experts from the realms of both physical and digital art to explore the integration of technologies such as AI, gaming, and generative art within traditional venues.
- Gianluca Boccadifuoco, CEO & Founder at Muro.art
- Débora Silva, Digital Sculptress
- Steven MacKay, Director at Arroz Estudio
MEDIATOR Pauline Foessel - Art curator & Initiator of 100 collectors
Learn more about the inaugural collection launch on Muro:
Featuring 3 digital artists, this collection focuses on individuals who are seriously challenging the long-held views of many as far as what constitutes traditional "sculptural forms." If sculpture can break free from the constraints of physical materials, evolving through the infinite possibilities of digital creation - how will redefine our perceptions.
More about the Partners:
100 collectors: 100 Collectors is a dynamic community dedicated to exploring the intersection of traditional and digital art spaces. With a strong presence in Lisbon and ambitions for global expansion, 100 Collectors is committed to pushing artistic boundaries in both the digital and physical spaces.
Muro: Muro is a Dynamic Art platform that offers commercial venues and consumers access to personalized and curated visual experiences.
Poolside Lisbon: Poolside Lisbon, with its roots deeply embedded in Web3, serves as the event venue. As a hub for Web3 natives, Poolside empowers builders in the blockchain industry by providing resources for innovation and collaboration.