HOFA Gallery Presents 'Beyond the Screen' AI and Digital Art Exhibition in London
Featuring works from renowned artists like XCOPY, Alpha Centauri Kid, OSF, DeeKay, Cath Simard, Agoria, and more.
Beyond the Screen, an exhibition by HOFA Gallery (House of Fine Art) and Kreation is currently taking place in London’s Mayfair district and features works from renowned digital artists in the Web3 space — as well as works from emerging artists in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI).
Featured artists in Beyond the Screen include prominent names like XCOPY, Alpha Centauri Kid, OSF, DeeKay, Cath Simard, Agoria, and more.
“At the heart of this new exhibition is a consideration of these new opportunities and challenges, and appreciation of the evolution of art collecting and the new landscape of the art market,” shared Elio D’Anna, co-founder of HOFA and Kreation.
Beyond the Screen
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The exhibition, which boasts artworks noted to be worth a collective value of over $2 million USD by HOFA, takes visitors on a journey through a variety of interactive installations, including immersive AI and VR experiences, as well as encounters with generative art and digital sculptures.
According to Elio D’Anna, the co-founder of HOFA and Kreation, “the global digital art market is expected to reach $8.5 billion by 2023, and the AI art market is expected to grow to $1.8 billion by 2026, which presents significant opportunities, but also challenges for the roles of technology, originality and authorship, ethics and social implications, and artistic expression and aesthetics.”
D’Anna added that “at the heart of this new exhibition is a consideration of these new opportunities and challenges, and appreciation of the evolution of art collecting and the new landscape of the art market.”
HOFA hopes that the immersive exhibition will provide a platform for showcasing the potential of digital art and AI, as well as display ways in which they are shaping the future of the contemporary art world.
Interested viewers can browse Beyond the Screen online or see the works in person at the HOFA Gallery in London until May 26.
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