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Re: one way to own a work of art on the Web

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Ghislaine Boddington <[log in to unmask]>

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Ghislaine Boddington <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 18 Mar 2010 10:19:58 +0000

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Digital Art International manages a digital art acquisition fund:  
Digital Art Promotion

...........Sorry this has to be a quick cut and paste input as Im  
running a the moment,
and maybe this has been discussed already .,.........

this is not just about net art, but digital art in general
however is a topical model being tried and tested by an interesting  
set of thinkers

also a good network to join  :-)

Ghislaine

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Digital Art International

Digital Art International publishes the leading digital art community  
at www.digitalarti.com. It also publishes a quarterly print and  
electronic (PDF) digital art magazine, available for free online, and  
a monthly newsletter that already reaches more than 50,000 subscribers  
worldwide.

In addition, Digital Art International manages a digital art  
acquisition fund: Digital Art Promotion, privately launched in May  
2009 in Montreal and Paris and officially presented in October 2009  
both in Beijing and in Paris. Acquisition of artworks starts in 2010.  
Artworks acquired will be kept by the fund for 5 to 8 years. The fund  
works also to promote the artworks acquired and their creators.

Digital Art International also works on digital art - innovation  
missions for companies or local authorities worldwide. Those missions  
run the gamut from developing relations between the digital art  
community and the R&D department of a company, from working with  
digital artists for a corporate event or communication to documenting  
the digital art environment of a given city or state.

Digital Art International is run by a team of eight experienced  
professionals, including digital art specialists, digital art gallery  
founders, high tech specialists and managers.

http://www.digitalarti.com/

http://www.digitalarti.com/en/blog/digital_art_promotion/digital_art_promotion_first_acquisitions


More than 10 investors already joined the digital art investment fund
More than 10 investors have already joined the digital art investment  
fund

The digital art investment fund “Digital Art Promotion,” launched in  
April 2009, has already received subscriptions from more than 10  
investors. Those subscriptions permitted  the acquisition of the  
fund’s nine initial artworks.The artworks are each described on the  
site. A set of reference documentations and other works are also being  
collected.

Without naming them individually, those investors can be divided  into  
three almost equal parts:

- Amateurs looking to discover digital art
Participating  in the fund is a good way for them to discover this  
field, so as to become collectors themselves later on – for example,  
by acquiring artworks from artists already selected by the fund.

- Digital art professionals
Those professionals are very conscious of the potential of digital  
art. They recognize the quality of the fund’s selection comittee. So  
they want to participate.

- Bankers / investors
These investors share the conviction of the fund’s founders: the field  
of digital art will be growing at a quick pace and the valorization of  
well-chosen artworks will be high.

Whatever one’s situation or particular interest in digital art, the  
fund is open to subscriptions. Join these first investors. More  
information here.



The Digital Art Promotion investment fund is pleased to announce its  
first purchases.
The selection includes artworks of Miguel Chevalier, Grégory  
Chatonsky, Reynald Drouhin, Antoine Schmitt... – major artists of the  
French digital creation.

The digital art investment fund “Digital Art Promotion,” launched  
April 2009, has already received subscriptions from more than 10  
investors. Those subscriptions allowed for the acquisition of the  
fund’s nine initial artworks. Each of the artworks is described on the  
site.A set of reference documentations and other works are also being  
collected.

Without naming them individually, those investors can be divided into  
three almost equal groups:
amateurs looking to discover digital art / digital art professionals /  
investors, bankers

Whatever one’s situation or interest in digital art, the fund is open  
to subscriptions.

Join these initial investors.

The Pixel Snow iPhone Application of Miguel Chevalier, the first 3D  
interactive digital art creation produced by the investment fund and  
published by Digitalarti is available for free. Download and  
informations on iTunes.



Ghislaine Boddington
Creative Director, body>data>space
http://www.bodydataspace.net

Research Associate Artist, ResCen Middlesex University
http://www.rescen.net/Ghislaine_Boddington/index.html

Robots and Avatars
http://www.robotsandavatars.net/
a programme of events and educational activities. It is designed to  
explore how young people will work and play with new representational  
forms of virtual and physical life in 10-15 years time.
The Robots and Avatars programme includes a range of educational  
events, an exhibition, a website and a Book/DVD. It will investigate  
new relationships and skills required by the future workforce, and  
what the forthcoming generations can expect from their jobs, careers  
and recreation time.

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