Art in Space Dubai, the region’s first state-of-the-art digital art gallery with a permanent address in Dubai, launched another exhibition this week called “Digital Sensations,” Dubai’s first NFT and cryptocurrency-centric exhibition. Exhibition in partnership with VerticalCrypto Art featuring creations by Sensus Communis, Sutu and OSF.
Speaking about the project, Lorenzo Rosettani, CEO of Artspace Dubai, said: “The future of art is right in front of us and we are very excited to bring this new evolution and innovation in the art world in Dubai, the city now. We hope that education And inspire more artists from Dubai, the Gulf region and the Middle East to explore the world of digital art and how this medium of art can lead us into the future.”
He added: “Art in Space has its own home in Dubai, we are located in Downtown Dubai Boulevard, and we plan to continue to nurture local artists and talent, exposing them to the latest technology and trends in the global art scene. Looking forward to that happening in the coming months Bigger things, inviting big names from the art world,” Rosettani added.
Space art allows for the creation of multi-sensory digital art experiences. It creates and manages the International Network of Artists Associations and Galleries IMAA (Immersive Multisensory Art Association). It defends a new form of creative experience, encouraging the dissemination of multisensory immersive art, sensory art, through markets and artistic experiences (exhibition, cultural mediation).
Art in Space supports artists through creative spaces (galleries and studios) that are open around the world. A real market where art is traded. Create a platform to meet and find professionals to create digital art and more.
The “Digital Sensations” exhibit will be available for public viewing in The Art Room at Art in Space, a multi-sensory immersive area that stimulates and engages the 5 senses. Artists create a work of art by combining video, audio, aroma, light effects, mist and temperature. Everything is automated by the room’s central control system or managed via a tablet. If programmed, the space can be used for a variety of multi-sensory art experiences.
Digital Senses aims to expand the concept of art by showcasing works specifically created to be experienced on a multi-sensory level, and will be open for public viewing and experience until March 3. -TradeArabia News Service