As part of Internet Week Europe, Protein and Crane.tv are proud to present a Forum exploring how the internet is changing the world of art.
In the past 10 years the world of digital art has boomed. From inspiration right through to promotion, artists are using the internet as a creative platform at every stage of the artistic process.
Galleries are moving online, platforms are popping up where you can buy digital art, and with the rise of online pin boards and visual blogs, arguably anyone can now curate their own individual online galleries.
To explore this further we have invited a selection of esteemed speakers to take part in a panel discussion looking in to how the internet is shaping art. Has the internet created a completely original art movement? Or is digital just an evolution of the same? And how will this change the face of the art world moving forward?
- Louise Shannon, V&A acting Head of Contemporary projects
- Shane Walter, Founder and Creative Director of onedotzero
- James Davis, Program Manager at Google Art Project
- Reed + Rader, digital artists
The event is taking place at 18 Hewett Street on Tuesday 13th November. And, as an additional bonus, Reed + Radar's show Cretaceous Returns
will also be up in the gallery!