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SEAspotlight | Digital Horizons
COVID has accelerated the move of art into hyperspace, as more artists produce digital artworks, as well as gallery and museums putting presentations and collections online. In the vast array of digital art, works can range from video to VR and AR, gaming, and art transmitted via social media. Even as new opportunities are opened up, there has been a displacement of creative labour. What does this portend for art-to-come – a promising future, or one that may see a greater return for the ‘real’?

Speakers include art collector Wiyu Wahono, artist Eugene Soh and Artsy Global Strategic Partnerships Lead Anlam de Coster. Moderated by Nadya Wang.

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Jan 28, 2021 03:00 PM in Singapore

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Wiyu Wahono
Art Collector
Wiyu Wahono was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and began collecting art in 1999. Part of his collections has been exhibited in the National Museum Liechtenstein, ars electronica festival, Austria, Asia Society Museum New York, National Gallery Singapore, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Hong Kong Arts Centre, SongEun Art Space, Seoul, and in Indonesia. He has been invited to be a speaker at dozens of art talks both locally and internationally, and has served on the juries of the Bandung Contemporary Art Award and other art competitions. He is a member of the Board of Young Collectors in Art Jakarta, Honorary Board of Patrons Singapore Art Fair, and was a Nominee for the Best Collector 2017 at Art Stage Jakarta.
Eugene Soh
Tech Artist and founder of DUDE & Mind Palace
Eugene Soh a.k.a. DUDE (b. 1987) is a tech artist. He is the founder of Dude Studios (dude.sg), a creative tech studio focusing on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality, and Mind Palace (mindpalacevr.org), a social enterprise that uses VR to help dementia patients and nursing home residents revisit fond places and explore the world from the comfort and safety of their chairs, keeping their minds active and slowing the effects of dementia. He grew up as a self-taught computer programmer, playing with the latest tech when he accidentally became an artist after his photographic piece, contextualizing Da Vinci’s Last Supper in a local hawker centre setting, went viral on social media in 2012. That discovery, with its tongue-in-cheek commentary on contemporary life in Singapore, catapulted him into the art world. Many awards and exhibitions later, he hasn’t stopped creating and tinkering.
Anlam De Coster
Global Strategic Partnerships Lead @Artsy
Based in London, Anlam de Coster leads Artsy’s Global Strategic Partnerships. She is passionate about advising art fairs and gallery weekends on their digital transformation and connecting them with new audiences around the world. Anlam has 15 years of experience in arts management, cultural policy, and marketing communications working with museums, art fairs, galleries, auction houses and festivals. Prior to joining Artsy, she was Associate Director at Reiber PR and led strategic communications campaigns for clients across arts and design including PAD London and Artcurial. Between 2015-2018, she was head of VIP Relations for art and design fairs ARTINTERNATIONAL (Istanbul) and NOMAD (Monaco & St Moritz), and acted as a VIP Adviser for FIAC. Photo credit: Murat Sinici