Technology has had a profound effect on almost every walk of life. Every other week, it seems, new digital ventures are launched in the artworld. When it comes to the fundamentals, has technology already left a mark on the artworld? Compared to other fields, digital disruption in cultural institutions and markets is still in its infancy. What will transformative disruption look like? Where will the game-changing technologies come from? Departing from a note of healthy skepticism, the conversation seeks to clarify what is truly new and what digital innovation holds in store for the artworld of tomorrow.
Alberto Ibargüen, President, CEO and Trustee, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Miami; Shannon Darrough, Director Digital Media, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Rachel Rossin, Artist, New York; Joel Kremer, Director, Kremer Collection and Co-Founder, Kremer Museum, Amsterdam
Moderator: András Szántó, Author and Cultural Strategy Consultant, New York
Access: Open to the public and free of charge