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Future Art

"A very prescient piece of radio"

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Summary

In this three part documentary, art historian James Fox steps into the future to ask how technology is transforming the art world.

Deliverables

- 3 x 28 minute BBC Radio 4 documentary programmes

Outline

In this three part documentary, art historian James Fox steps into the future to ask how technology is transforming the art world.

In episode 1 he explores how talks to celebrated artists Anish Kapoor, Cai Guo-Qiang, Random International and Stephanie Dinkins as he asks how technology is transforming the art world.

In episode 2 he asks how technology is creating new ways of seeing, from immersive art installations to augmented reality. To explore these new visual worlds, James steps into an iconic painting, takes a virtual trip to teamLab Borderless in Tokyo, stays dry in Random International’s Rain Room and looks up to see Nina Chanel Abney’s Imaginary Friend hovering in mid-air.

In the final episode, James Fox asks how technology is transforming the art market, through online art fairs, virtual reality exhibitions, blockchain verification and the sale of new kinds of art.

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