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The Art of Tech – vol.1 @ffm
5. Juni 2019 | 18:30 – 21:30Kostenlos
In a time that sees AI artwork selling for $432,500 — nearly 45 times its high estimate — technology has already majorly disrupted the world of art, whether it’s through providing new ways to mix different types of media, allowing more human interaction or simply making the process of creating it easier.
Mindspace and TechQuartier in co-operation with smart-collectors invite you to an evening to showcases different technologies and use-cases, host discussions about past and future developments, and highlight challenges and opportunities of technology in the arts industry. We are also happy to have the digital Städel Museum on board!
For this first edition, we have won one of Frankfurt’s most renowned gallerists – Barbara von Stechow. Barbara von Stechow grew up in New York City in the 70s, so she has experienced “pop art” first hand. For two decades, her gallery in Westend continues to provide a home to mostly American and German painters and sculptors – even the American director David Lynch (The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks) showcased her art in his outstanding gallery.
Barbara will kick-off the evening with an introduction to the recent developments in the arts world and give insights on how technology has disrupted the industry.
06:30 pm Registration & grab a drink
07:00 pm Welcome by Florian Fellmer (Mindspace) & Alina Kilian (TechQuartier)
07:05 pm Keynote by Barbara von Stechow – the developments in the arts scene
07:35 pm Panel discussion: challenges and opportunities of tech in arts
Gallery Barbara von Stechow- Barbara von Stechow
The digital Städel Museum- Dr. Chantal Eschenfelder (Head of Education and Digital Collection)
TimeLEapVR – Julian Hölgert (Co-Founder, Business Development)
smart-collectors – Christian H. Rother (Founder and CEO)
08:15 pm Experience tech in arts & networking
Enter arts through Virtual Reality – Tilt Brush by Google (presented by videoreality)
Become part of the picture through machine learning (presented by ScanVid)
Experience digital Städel Museum
09:30 pm end