s[edition] is currently featured on the home page of AHAlife.com in an article ‘The Mobile Museum: Serious Art is Going High Tech‘ including an interview with CEO, Robert Norton.
“…unlike the traditional art market, s[edition] is highly egalitarian. “If you buy one of Tracey Emin’s digital neon signs you’re spending $80,” says Norton. “If you want the physical work it would be six figures.” In a further new media twist, collectors can follow artists on Twitter, and are invited to special online exhibits and other members-only virtual events.”
Read the full article on AHAlife here.