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

Featuring:
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
Iepe
Akiz

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), kom.post 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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