Innovatism Salon

I’m proud to announce that In4Art, a European innovation company, has added two of my Web Spaces to their Next Generation Internet art collection.

It’s my very first (and tiny) Web Space made from metal that’s joining them.

Web Space – Google.com (2017)
3D printed web page, casted in four pieces of solid metal (brass, polished brass, bronze, polished bronze), base 3D printed in Bronzefill
2.5×2.5×1.5cm
Unique
Web Space - Google cast in Brass and Bronze
Web Space – Google cast in Brass and Bronze
The other work In4Art acquired is a 2D one.
Facebook rendered in Platinum (2016)
UV Direct Print on Dibond
40x40cm
Edition 2 of 5
Web Space - Facebook rendered in Platinum (2016)
Web Space – Facebook rendered in Platinum (2016)

These works will be on display during the upcoming Innovatism Salon in the In4Art Project Space, a group exhibition with works from Daniel Canogar, Constant Dullaart, Harm van den Dorpel, Willem Besselink, Jasper van Loenen, Carl Alexander, Ruben van de Ven and myself. The Salon is free to visit on May 18, 19, 20 and 25, 26, 27 between 13.00 and 17.00 at Nieuwe Keizersgracht 54, 1018 DT Amsterdam.

Part of the Salon format are the Sunday Afternoon Conversations. The Sunday afternoon conversations will take place on Sunday May 20th from 15.00 – 17.00 and Sunday May 27th between 15.00 – 17.00 and are free to join. The theme of the conversation is radical observations & artistic prototypes in the field of IoT.

You can find more info about the Salon at the In4Art website.

Published by Jip de Beer

Jip de Beer, initiator of MADtech.me, is an artist who operates on the intersection of art and computer science. He's fascinated by automation and attempts to optimize his artistic work(flow) with programming. His work usually involves a Web Browser and tends to be generative, interactive and strongly visual. In his daily life, Jip tries to have a positive influence on the world by living a vegan lifestyle.

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