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Collecting Digital Art: A Conversation Hosted by Electric Objects

The subject of collecting, archiving and displaying digital art is one that's come up frequently throughout the 5-year history of ArtsTech. This month, we're teaming up with start-up Electric Objects to discuss how the field is changing with several artists and curators. 

Electric Objects has been working with digital artists, curators and collectors for months to devise a new display screen and interface to help bring art from the Internet into your home. You can learn more about them and check out their first product prototype on their Kickstarter page.

Join us for a conversation with:

Chris Carella — StreetArt.Is
Nick Dangerfield — Founder of
Brenna Murphy — Artist
Zoë Salditch — Moderator & Director of Artist Relations at Electric Objects

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  • David H.

    I can't make it, but Meetup won't me un-rsvp to free up a spot on the waitlist.

    July 13, 2014

  • Kirsten

    Am I still on the wait list?

    July 13, 2014

  • Mark

    Bummer, I'm already booked. This sounded so interesting.

    July 13, 2014

  • Darcygerbarg

    I've been making art with computers for more then 30 years. It's time for serious collectors and museums to find and acquire the best computer art.

    July 12, 2014

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