The Rise of Mobile Art, From the Renaissance to the Digital Anthropocene

Palma il Giovane, “Doge Francesco Venier Presents the Subject Cities to Venice” (1595) (image courtesy and via Wikiart)

In recent years there has been a growing interest in collectible digital art. This development is due to major changes in ways we understand art and due to particular art collections. Aside from online galleries, which aim to sell works in traditional media such as painting and sculpture, there are platforms aimed at selling digital visual works that can only be displayed on digital screens.

A new generation of artists and creatives who grew up in an era of ubiquitous digital technology (so called digital natives) assume that their work should not be limited to a single exhibition space.

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@peepso_user_44(Katryna Gagle)
Interesting. I wonder if it puts the art produced to be displayed digitally in an ephemeral category - as quickly as aps & devices change & are no longer supported by a platform or device, will the… Read more
5 months ago