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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