Digital Baroque: History Meets Algorithm, a future-looking exhibition that channels history, opens 31 January-7 February, 2022 on the newly launched 4ART NFT+ marketplace
STEINHAUSEN, SWITZERLAND - Newsaktuell - 27 January 2022 - 4ARTechnologies, a pioneer in art digitization and security
is proud to launch its inaugural exhibition, Digital Baroque: History Meets
Algorithm that brings together 11 individual artists and 3 collectives.
Rewind Collective, Marie Antoinette #1
Vittorio Bonapace, Digital Reminiscence
Timothy Murray's groundbreaking book, Digital Baroque: New Media and
Cinematic Folds, the exhibition provides a Baroque lens on new digital
technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, digital
surveillance and data paintings, asking the question: how would Baroque
influence the virtual space?"
A total of 14 physical artworks ranging from data sculpture, AR
wallpaper, screen painting and ink drawing to physical prints and 3D printed
sculptures will each be matched by a unique NFT and minted on the Palm Network,
an Ethereum side chain that is over 99% more energy-efficient than Proof of
Work-based blockchain networks.
The artists exhibiting are:
Neïl Beloufa, Vittorio Bonapace, 'Botchy-Botchy', Rewind Collective, Brendan Dawes,
Dr Ahmed Elgammal, Nacho Frades, Carla Gannis, Claudia Hart, Leo Isikdogan and
Emerson Barrett, Sara Ludy, Jonathan Monaghan, Ouchhh, and Yeo Shih Yun. Their
works have been exhibited and are collected by prominent public and private
institutions like the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) NY, Guggenheim Museum NY,
Whitney Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New Museum, Centre
Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, Hermitage Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Broad Art
Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Sammlung Goetz and Julia
Stoschek Collection, among others.
is setting a new digital art standard. The company, based in Switzerland,
combines blockchain with its patented technology to offer greater transparency,
security, and efficiency to the art market.