From September 8 to October 8, the Ruarts Gallery of Contemporary Art hosts an exhibition of the winners of the annual competition of the re:Store brand – re:Store of digital art.
It was launched back in May 2023; during the creative project, participants discussed the “Shape of Life” using various technologies, including Apple technology. All of them expressed their vision of the topic in various forms: from biological aspects and the existence of living organisms to philosophical and ethical issues, borders with AI, technology and robotization.
Modern digital art is an amazing and exciting world that is becoming more and more part of our everyday life. New technologies allow artists to create unique works that cannot be created using traditional methods.
Digital art opens up new possibilities for creators and is an important part of modern culture. That’s why our re:Store brand has been supporting young digital artists for six years now and will continue to do so.
— Tikhon Smykov, President of Inventive Retail Group (re:Store)
The competition is now over. 15 works of the winners, as well as more than 30 works shortlisted in various categories, have already been presented in the Ruarts Gallery.
The curator of the event was the artist Andrey Bartenev. In all works, he personally together with other jury members and the re:Store team, and the founder of the foundation and professor Ruart Katrin Borisov also took part.
As part of the project, a special season of the re:Store Academy was filmed, in which each jury member talks about their creative path, source of inspiration and what is important for aspiring creators.
re:Store invites everyone to visit the exhibition and create digital art on the theme “Form of Life”. And from September 8 to October 8, at the Doubleby coffee shop chain, you can try a special drink that was created by technology as a statement on the theme of the project re: Digital Art Store Form of Life.
Source: Iphones RU
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