The Future of Art

What are the defining aesthetics of art in the networked era? How is mass collaboration changing notions of ownership of art? How does micro-patronage change the way artists produce and distribute artwork? “The Future of Art” begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation. (twitter hashtag #futureofart)

This video was shot, edited and screened at the Transmediale festival 2011 in Berlin, Germany.

Conceived and Edited by Gabriel Shalom
Produced by KS12 / Emergence Collective
Executive Producer: Patrizia Kommerell
Assistant Editor: Clare Molloy
Production Assistant: Annika Bauer

Aaron Koblin
Michelle Thorne
Caleb Larsen
Régine Debatty
Heather Kelley
Vincent Moon
Ken Wahl
Reynold Reynolds
Bram Snijders
Mez Breeze
Zeesy Powers
Joachim Stein
Eric Poettschacher

Including Video Material From:
Vincent Moon
Achim Kern
Born Digital
Daniel Franke
Christopher Warnow
Memo Akten
Ian Mackinnon
Taj Dhami
Liisalotte Elme
Zeesy Powers
Reynold Reynolds
Patrizia Kommerell & Gabriel Shalom
Aaron Koblin
Alessandro Ludovico
Paolo Cirio

Music, Sounds and Performances by:
The Arcade Fire, The Crowd, Daniel Franke & Christopher Warnow, Monolake, Daito Manabe, Zeesy Powers, Arlt, Ei Wada, Gabriel Shalom (8 years old), by Laurie Bellanca

Special Thanks:
Elyse Harrison, Studio Neptune, Cifarelli Art Consulting, Henrik Moltke, Beckie Darlington, Open Design City, Cara Bell Jones, Ela Kagel

2 Responses

    1. Thanks Brett, glad you enjoyed it. The Skype interviews were conducted and edited in the weeks leading up to the event; otherwise everything else happened at the event, yes. It was great to collaborate with so many talented people in such a compressed amount of time.

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