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Mineral-Inspired Digital Art Collections

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Source: Trendhunter Create the Future

Architect Alper Derinboğaz uses AI and research data to form the Neogene collection. This is a capsule of 3D digital art that is made to replicate the visual of miner bismuth. These are made for TAEX, which stands for Technological Art Experience. It is a digital art platform and the work can be described as “3D artefacts, generated using data morphosis methodology, based on simulations of geological formations from prehistoric times.”

The first of the capsules is dubbed White Mass and it references the aforementioned bismuth, representing the architect’s experimental work with AI techniques. He also leverages the technology to form the physical and digital objects. Alper Derinboğaz explains to Dezeen that he created the capsule as an extension of his early works, stating “The origin of the Neogene collection is rooted in my Leisure Institute studio at Pratt GAUD Architecture. We were seeking ways to recreate 3D morphologies in the digital realm with AI technologies based on scientific research […] Together with this project, we are seeking foundational ways to simulate geographical artefacts in a Cartesian world, which I believe are easy to translate into physicality.”

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Art Collection Management Software Market Research Report | CatalogIt, Artwork Archive, G2 Deals

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Commencing with a holistic perspective, this report illuminates market categories, emphasizing growth prospects, shifts in demand, and evolving consumer preferences. This foundational section sets the stage for a detailed analysis of various facets within the Art Collection Management Software Market, empowering stakeholders to pinpoint specific niches and align strategies with evolving market needs.

Regional Perspective: Examining the Art Collection Management Software Market through a regional lens, the report evaluates how economic conditions, cultural trends, and regulatory frameworks influence market dynamics. This regional insight enables businesses to tailor their approaches to align with unique market intricacies.

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Open Call for Artists: Saint Kitts and Nevis Invited to Submit Works of Art for OAS AMA Permanent Collection

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Source: St KITTS & NEVIS OBSERVER

Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis – The Permanent Mission of Saint Kitts and Nevis to the Organization of American States (OAS) and the OAS Art Museum of the Americas (AMA) within the OAS Secretariat for Hemispheric Affairs (SHA) have announced an open call to artists of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Artists are invited to submit works of modern and contemporary art for consideration to be incorporated into the prestigious permanent art collection of the OAS AMA.

This initiative aims to enhance the representation of all OAS Member States within the OAS AMA permanent art collection, in line with ongoing efforts to promote Caribbean art. As part of the celebration of the 40th Year of Independence of Saint Kitts and Nevis, this call for entries signifies a significant milestone and further strengthens the cultural ties within the region, following the commemoration of the OAS-wide celebration in 2023 for the 50th Anniversary of CARICOM.

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Bill Gates’ Investments in Art Collection are Worth Over $127 Million, Billionaires Remain Bullish On The Art Market

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Former Microsoft CEO and philanthropist Bill Gates has used his wealth to create a unique art collection over the decades. In 1998, he purchased Winslow Homer’s “Lost on the Grand Banks” masterpiece for $36 million, a then record buy.

Gates’ most intriguing addition to his artefact collection could be Leonardo da Vinci’s handwritten scientific journal, “The Codex Leicester,” with entries estimated between 1504 and 1508. Gates paid a jaw-dropping $30.9 million for the artefact.

Read more: https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/bill-gates-investments-art-collection-are-worth-over-127-million-billionaires-remain-bullish-1724848

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