Archive for February, 2014

New Sedition Apps for iOS & Android


We’re excited to launch major new updates for our iOS  (version 6.0) and Android (version 3.0) apps. The new app provides access to an unparalleled world of art at your fingertips. Discover art, artists, share, purchase and enjoy limited editions created in digital media by the world’s greatest contemporary artists including Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Mat Collishaw, Yoko Ono, Bill Viola, Aaron Koblin, Casey Reas and many more.

The Sedition app is available for free on the iTunes and Google Play stores and it allows members to explore artworks in still and moving image formats, view edition sizes and price and add artworks to the collector’s Vault. Once purchased, the collector obtains a certificate of authenticity with the edition number and the artist signature. The Vault feature allows downloads of the artworks onto your device for offline play and it also enables collectors to curate their own playlists as art exhibitions to be enjoyed at home or on the go.

Key Features:
– Discover the latest art editions added to the Sedition Curated selection every month
– Browse weekly Featured artworks
– Explore the Sedition Curated artists


– View artwork details and purchase your own editions
– Share artworks on Facebook and Twitter


– Explore artists profiles with biographies and images


– Manage your Vault
– Choose and download artworks to your device to view offline


– View the artwork file size so you can optimise space on your device


– Create and curate playlists and enjoy your art collection


Download the new Sedition App now:

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In Pictures: Digital Analogy Exhibition, MAC Bogotá

A curated selection of artworks from Sedition are currently on display at the MAC Bogotá, Colombia in the Digital Analogy exhibition featuring pioneers of New Media Art. The exhibition is on until 28 February. Follow MAC Bogotá on Sedition.

Take a look at pictures from the opening:

Digital Analogy 1
One Liner
by Jenny Holzer

Digital Analogy 3
by AES+F

Digital Analogy 2


Talk on Cross-Disciplinary Art at Gazelli Art House

Updated: 26 February 2014

Last night, Sedition participated on a panel on cross-disciplinary practices in art, design, science and industry. The panel explored the emergence of cross-disciplinary practices in education and in the museum sector and commercial art industry. There was a vibrant discussion on emerging practices and approaches of students and artists, and the impact of digital technology on collaborative practice where audiences also become creators. We continue to rely on categories in order to discuss practices, and there is a need to develop new terms for discussing contemporary transdisciplinary (rather than cross-disciplinary) work. Sedition is a reflection of the evolution of artistic practices to provide a platform for artists working in digital and new mediums to distribute their work beyond the traditional gallery space.

Pictured below are speakers: Alex Newson, curator at the Design Museum (left), Carolin Till, course director MA Textile Futures at Central Saint Martins (centre), and Rory Blain, director at Sedition (right).


Time of the Empress, Aziz + Cucher, 2013

Time of the Empress, Aziz + Cucher, 2013

On 25 February, Sedition director Rory Blain will be speaking on a panel at Gazelli Art House in London’s Mayfair on Cross-disciplinary movement in arts: digital photography, video installation, sculpture, and textiles. The panel will be joined by Caroline Till, director, FranklinTill and course director MA Textile Futures at Central Saint Martins and Alex Newson, curator at the Design Museum. The talk will explore cross-disciplinary practices of artists today and through the work of artists Aziz+Cucher to provide a historical overview from traditional and contemporary mediums like sculpture and digital art, and branching out to the work of fashion institutes to emerging technologies like 3D printing. The talk coincides with the exhibition Empress of the Sun featuring works by Aziz + Cucher currently on at the gallery until 7 March.

Gazelli Art House is a commercial gallery that invites individuals to engage with Contemporary art on a deeper level through bespoke events – building on dialogues and relationships between artist, writers, specialists, students, and novices through exhibitions, talks, workshops and tours.

Join us on:
25 February 2014
Gazelli Art House
39 Dover Street, London W1S 4NN
18:00 – 20:00


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