Since 1990 when Culturespaces — an alternative art model based on visitor experience was founded by Bruno Monnier, Paris has been bringing excitements to the art scene through digital art. Among which the immersive exhibitions in Carrières de Lumières are most well-known in the industry.
This spring, after the success of Carrières de Lumières, Culturespaces applies the immersive exhibition concept and manages the establishment of the first digital art museum upon a makeover from a former iron foundry in Paris and renamed it as Atelier des Lumières. Atelier des Lumières features 120 video-projectors and a spatial discrete audio of 50 Nexo speakers with controlled directivity.
Bruno Monnier states in the official website of Culturespaces that:
The role of an art center is to decompartmentalize, and that is why digital technology is so important in twenty-first-century exhibitions. Used for creative purposes, it has become a formidable vector for dissemination, and is capable of creating links between eras, add dynamism to artistic practices, amplify emotions, and reach the largest possible audience.
How Bruno Monnier explains the role of Atelier des Lumières also tells us about the position of digital technology in our art world. This new digital art museum is certainly a concrete proof of how digital technology has influenced our industry in any possible ways.
The start-up online art platform BBuzzArt stands at the frontline and keeps up to the lastest art trend to provide a collaboration between art and technology. Not only do we manage several online plaforms, we also provide products and services which advance art with technology — Art Intelligence (AI) curator Agnes and BBuzzCanvas. BBuzzCanvas works with Google’s AI speaker Alexa. It makes art more accessible to any audience, hence widening the horizons.
The video below features BBuzzCanvas and one of our international interns. See how this new technology interacts with our young generation:
Beyond your imagination — BBuzzCanvas. canvas.bbuzzart.com/en
Buzzing Art, Budding Artists. www.bbuzzart.com