Pure Digital Art

Pure Digital Art
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Purely digital art sold as software or access to online environments is a developing trend in the art market, Slate reports. At the Frieze Art Fair in London in October...

Guy Brighton
  • 23 november 2004

Purely digital art sold as software or access to online environments is a developing trend in the art market, Slate reports. At the Frieze Art Fair in London in October Eli Sudbrack, a Rio-born, New York-based artist also known as "Assume Vivid Astro Focus," displayed his work in a huge tent in Regent’s park. Close by, two galleries (Peres Projects of Los Angeles & John Connelly Presents of New York) were offering to sell the digitally printed wallpaper from the installation for $15,000 three times using an electronic-edition sales model that "has left other art dealers perplexed and envious":

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