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Sedition presents works in Milan Design Week 2016 for Elle Decor Italia’s Soft Home


In April, for Milan Design Week 2016, Elle Décor Italia presents Soft Home, Interiors and Digital Experience, an interactive installation at Palazzo Bovara in collaboration with H-ART and UdA Architetti. Sedition is delighted to present a display of curated works by acclaimed artists throughout the exhibition, which explores the future of the home.

During Soft Home, the work of fifteen Sedition artists will be displayed in different locations throughout the interactive exhibition space. Visitors can discover work by renowned artists including Brian Alfred, Mat Collishaw, Donata Wenders, Jia, Mark Dorf, Quayola and others in experimental home settings throughout Palazzo Bovara. The curated works follow themes including Synthetic Landscape, Time, Still Life and Human Nature.


The home is a familiar, comfortable and intimate space, in which we come into contact with an array of objects and devices which help us to carry out day-to-day actions. How could this space change in the future? In what ways are designers, makers and programmers working to change the domestic space now? Soft Home examines how of objects and arrangements within the home are being changed and how these changes can adapt and enhance our actions, creating the possibility for different kinds of interaction in our home environments.


Visitors to Soft Home will be able to experience new designs, concepts and softwares in an interactive environment which simulates how advancements in digital media can work with domestic architecture and design. The exhibition is arranged according to themes related to contemporary living; videos, active fact-finding experiences, a dedicated Tumblr site and the interactive installations themselves provide a variety of ways to engage with and experience the work on display.

Triangle Cloud by Brian Alfred is among the artworks by Sedition artists on display in Soft Home

Triangle Cloud by Brian Alfred is among the artworks by Sedition artists on display in Soft Home

Sedition actively works at the intersection of design and connectivity, exploring new avenues through which creative innovations and digital communication channels can come together and bringing the concept of the exhibition into new online and IRL (in real life) spaces. We are delighted to be contributing to the Soft Home conversation. This is an opportunity for design lovers to experience art differently; through different styles of distribution, scales and styles of display.

Soft Home, Interiors and Digital Experience takes place from 11-24 April at Palazzo Bovara, Corso Venezia, 51, 20129 Milan, Italy. Entrance to the exhibition is free of charge.

Photos from The Campaign at The Royal College of Art

Photos by: Andrew Crowe / @brainfloat and Ben McDonnell

Visit The Campaign, a group exhibition featuring the work of twelve talented artists at the RCA’s Dyson Gallery in Battersea, London until 10 April 2016. Presented in collaboration with The Royal College of Art and Subject Matter, the exhibition features photography, print, animation, video and web-based works by Fine Art students at the RCA.

The Campaign considers how artists working with increasingly sophisticated digital media and information management systems might locate or express ‘pure creativity’. The exhibition is the culmination of a programme of talks and workshops by Subject Matter, in which leading art industry figures offered insights and advice to emerging artists.

Artists in the exhibition are: Ben McDonnell, Feifei Yu, Jazbo von Magius Gross, Jinjoon Lee, Josh Leon, Kyle Zeto, Louise Long, Melissa Magnuson, Shigetoshi Furutani, Steven Aishman, Theo Ellison and Tim Sullivan.

All works in the exhibition are available for sale via Sedition or Subject Matter. Proceeds from the sales will benefit the RCA’s Fine Art Bursary Fund, which offers financial aid to students to support and nurture their artistic careers.

Sedition is pleased to support the show by releasing The Campaign collection, which comprises five video works by Josh Leon, Jinjoon Lee, Steven Aishman, Ben McDonnell and Shigetoshi Furutani. The collection is available to buy, view and trade on your digital devices as a complete set or as individual artworks.

View and purchase The Campaign collection available on Sedition in digital edition of 50 each, and print editions available from Subject Matter.

The Campaign presented in collaboration with The Royal College of Art & Subject Matter

Shigetoshi Furutani, The Trifle of Immaturity

Shigetoshi Furutani, The Trifle of Immaturity


Sedition presents The Campaign in collaboration with The Royal College of Art and Subject Matter from 6-10 April 2016 at the School of Fine Art’s Dyson Gallery in Battersea. The Campaign is a group exhibition by top emerging artists currently studying at the prestigious institution.

The exhibition explores the question of how and along what lines creativity might emerge in a society seemingly dominated by ephemera and in which information is increasingly managed by new media. The Campaign considers what happens to notions of gesture, craft, concept and ‘pure creativity’ when the act of making art and the role of the artist are mediated in varied and changing ways.

Alongside the exhibition, works by five artists in the show will be launched on Sedition. Works by Steven Aishman, Shigetoshi Furutani, Jinjoon Lee, Joshua Leon and Ben McDonnell are released as digital editions as part of the The Campaign collection. Furutani renders his own experiences into forms, examining collective, fragmented and generative memories. Lee’s work is an aesthetic investigation into the formation of collective social memory, while Leon’s video work creates an interplay between violence and seduction. Aishman’s methodically gathered ephemera considers how intimacy is managed and escapes management, while McDonnell explores the inherent or constructed stillness of the image.


Ben McDonnell, At The Still Point

Ben McDonnell, At The Still Point

All works in the show are available for sale as print and digital editions to benefit the RCA’s Fine Art Bursary Fund. The fund seeks to nurture the artistic careers of students by offering financial aid to talented individuals who would otherwise find it difficult to afford to attend, as well as funding opportunities for travel, materials and residencies.

The Campaign is both an exhibition and a campaign to support long term diversity and innovation in the arts in the context of a society increasingly influenced by the digital media. Prior to the exhibition a series of talks and workshops hosted by Subject Matter for RCA students to engage with art world innovators and inspirational figures including Sedition’s Director, Rory Blain.

Artists featured in the show: Ben McDonnell, Feifei Yu, Jazbo von Magius Gross, Jinjoon Lee, Josh Leon, Kyle Zeto, Louise Long, Melissa Magnuson, Shigetoshi Furutani, Steven Aishman, Theo Ellison, Tim Sullivan.

The Campaign runs from 6-10 April 2016 at the Dyson Gallery, School of Fine Art, Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN.

Explore works by Sedition artists during Art Basel Hong Kong


Image: Tracey Emin, I Cried Because I Love You at Lehmann Maupin/White Cube Hong Kong


From 24 – 26 March Art Basel Hong Kong will present a diverse programme of contemporary art works, exhibitions, projects, films and discussions from across the world. For Sedition collectors visiting Hong Kong during Art Basel week, the art fair and connected exhibitions are an opportunity to see the work of a number of Sedition artists displayed in new spaces and contexts. We’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the events and exhibitions happening in Hong Kong this week.

For Art Basel, Antenna Space presents works by Guan Xiao and Yu Honglei (Booth 3D20).  Sedition artist Guan has developed a distinct aesthetic which explores history and time in relation to materials, bringing together classical and digital media and techniques. As well as presenting at Art Basel, Guan has also been recently nominated alongside Han Bing for the 4th annual Art Sanya Huayu Youth Award 2015 and is currently taking part in group exhibition GLOBALE: New Sensorium at ZKM, Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, which ends on 9 April.

Yinka Shonibare MBE presents work as part of a group exhibition Structures of Recollection at Pearl Lam Galleries. The exhibition explores and experiments with approaches to materiality and memory. Structures of Recollection opens on 21 March and runs until 28 April at Pearl Lam in Soho.



Cheng Ran, Joss digital edition available on Sedition


Cheng Ran is exhibiting works in two locations during the Art Basel. At the fair, the artist will be represented by Galerie Urs Meile (Booth 1D25), with his film Letter 249 (2015). Cheng Ran also premieres his nine-hour epic film in Asia, In Course of the Miraculous at K11 Art Foundation from 21 March to 1 May at chi art space. The work had its world premiere at the Istanbul Biennale 2015. On 20 March, KAF will present an artist talk between Cheng Ran and artist Enoch Cheng.

Alongside Art Basel, Tracey Emin presents a major solo show of her work across two Hong Kong galleries in her first exhibition in Greater China. I Cried Because I Love You will be presented in both White Cube Hong Kong and Lehmann Maupin Gallery from 21 March – 21 May. In addition, Emin will join a panel including the Royal Academy’s Artistic Director Tim Marlow, and Hong Kong entrepreneur David Tang to discuss her work as part of the Art Basel Salon programme.

Chen Qiulin will present works including Peach Blossom #2represented by Thousand Plateaus Art Space (Booth 1C25) during Art Basel Hong Kong. Chen is also presenting a short film City Manager as part of Kaidan, a programme exploring themes of alienation and folklore on 24 March. Read an interview with Chen on her recent exhibition, One Hundred Names, which took place in Australia in 2016.


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Fang Lu, Lost Seconds, digital edition available on Sedition


On 23 March, Fang Lu, represented by Boers-Li Gallery, presents No World, an eighteen minute film work during the Art Basel short film programme, When History Became Emotion, a screening which looks at how artistic abstraction brings together temporalities in different ways. Fang will also present, Sea of Silence as part of the Kaidan film programme alongside Tao Hui, Lu Yang and Christopher Doyle on the following day, which explores themes of perception and apparition.

Art Basel Hong Kong
Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong, China

Pearl Lam Gallery Hong Kong Soho
Shop No. 1 G/F & 1/F, SOHO 189,
189 Queen’s Road West,
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

White Cube
White Cube Hong Kong
50 Connaught Road Central
Hong Kong

Lehmann Maupin Hong Kong
407 Pedder Building
12 Pedder Street
Central, Hong Kong

K11 Art Foundation – chi art space
8/F, New World Tower 2,
18 Queen’s Road,
Central, Hong Kong


Sedition Recommends at Art Dubai 2016

Art Dubai 2016 brings together work from the world’s leading contemporary artists from 16 to 19 March at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai. In our guide to the fair, we’ll help navigate the exhibitions featuring works by Sedition artists and other recommended events happening in and around the fair.

Sedition Artists at Art Dubai

'Island 1' by Shezad Dawood at Chemould Prescott Road, Art Dubai

‘Island 1′ by Shezad Dawood at Chemould Prescott Road, Art Dubai


Mumbai’s Chemould Prescott Road gallery (Booth B8) will present the work of Shezad Dawood, Jitish Kallat and Reena Saini Kallat to those exploring the fair. Jitish Kallat is also represented by Galerie Daniel Templon  (Booth D6).

Meanwhile artists represented by Victoria Miro (Booth A4) include Jacco Olivier, Isaac Julien and Elmgreen & Dragset, while Idris Khan exhibits work alongside Yayoi Kusama, NS Harsha and Conrad Shawcross in the booth.


‘Microbe’ by Jacco Olivier – artwork available on Sedition

Upstream Gallery (Booth A15) will present a duo show featuring the work of Rafaël Rozendaal and Frank Ammerlaan. The new works will be shown by the Amsterdam based gallery.

Blain Southern (Booth B9) will also present a number of artists including Bill Viola, Lawrence Weiner and Yinka Shonibare MBE. Work by Francesco Clemente will be on display at the booth during the fair.

Other Highlights

As well as introducing the artists on Sedition who’ll be showing at Art Dubai, we’ve also put together some recommendations of things worth checking out.

Global Art Forum: ‘The Future Was’

Each year at Art Dubai the Global Art Forum series of talks and events engages with a theme relevant to the contemporary art world. This year’s theme, The Future Was, thinks through the ways in which ideas, statements, places and configurations of objects can be thought of as ‘time machines’ connecting past, present and future. Contributors to the Forum, directed by Amal Khalaf and Uzma Z. Rizvi, include Deputy Project Manager and Science Lead of the Emirates Mars Mission Sarah Amari, Space Archaeologist Alice Gorman, artists including Christine Sun Kim and Hito Stereyl, curators including Hans Ulrich Obrist among other professionals, practitioners and commentators.

Art Dubai Projects

Another annual fixture of the fair, Art Dubai Projects, is this year dedicated to exploring the design, economic and performative aspects of the art fair – a theme with more than an echo of Elmgreen & Dragset’s ‘The Well Fair’ currently on display in Beijing. The not-for-profit section, curated by Yasmina Reggad, is designed to support up and coming artists and includes a number of artist commissions and performances as well as a radio station.

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Elmgreen & Dragset – ‘The Well Fair’ – UCCA Beijing

Prior to and alongside Art Dubai, Dubai Canvas festival will celebrate 3D street art. As part of the festival ‘human cyborg’ and cyborg activist Neil Harbison, who was born colour blind and now experiences colours through an antenna implanted in his skull, is composing a piece of music alongside singers and musicians based on the colours of Dubai.

For full programme details visit:


Sedition Artists Exhibiting During Armory Week

From 28 February to 7 March the art world will gather in New York for Armory Week, one of the annual art highlights in the city that never sleeps.

Since 1994 the Armory Show has presented work by acclaimed artists from across the world, as well as generating diverse locally and internationally focused events across the city. This year’s show brings together over 200 galleries showcasing contemporary artworks, pieces by modern masters and innovative new projects, with a focus on work from the African continent and diaspora.

Alongside the Armory Show, a number of satellite fairs and connected events will present work from the fields of art and design. A number of Sedition artists will present works at the Armory Show and satellite events – here’s where to find them.

Armory Show

Isaac Julien and Idris Khan will exhibit at Booth 600 of Pier 94 at the Armory Show, represented by Victoria Miro. Additionally, on 4 March at 6:30pm Julien and architect David Adjaye will discuss their respective practices in Pier 94’s VIP Lounge.

'The Leopard (Western Union Series No. 7)’ by Isaac Julien on Sedition

The Leopard (Western Union Series No. 7)’ by Isaac Julien on Sedition


Also in the contemporary art section of the fair at Pier 94, Blain Southern presents works by Sedition artists Francesco Clemente, Rachel Howard, Michael Joo, Tim Noble and Sue Webster and Wim Wenders. The works will be on display at Booth 908.

‘Sun Bather’ by Wim Wenders: digital edition on Sedition

‘Sun Bather’ by Wim Wenders: digital edition on Sedition

The Armory Show
3 – 6 March 2016
Piers 92 & 94
711 12th Avenue

Satellite Fairs

Katie Torn is among artists exhibiting in 4RL, a group show which is part of SPRING/BREAK Art Show. Taking place at Skylight at Moynihan Station, 421 8th Avenue NYC, the critically acclaimed SPRING/BREAK fair centers around curator-driven projects; this year’s theme is ⌘COPY⌘PASTE. 4RL, curated by Nati Hyojin Kim and Kat JK Lee, will be presented in room 3113. The exhibition brings together works which occupy the space between ‘equal’ and ‘equivalent’, exploring the tension between the copy as identical and the copy as unique instance. 4RL runs from 2 – 7 March with a private view on 1 March.

2 – 7 March 2016
Skylight at Moynihan Station
421 8th Avenue

Launching this week on Sedition, LoVid will present work as part of both SPRING/BREAK and Moving Image Art Fair. For SPRING/BREAK the artist duo present work in group exhibition Original Copy which takes place in room 4023, Skylight at Moynihan station from 1 – 7 March.  The exhibition explores cultural interpretations of the concepts of authenticity and the original, taking ‘the hand’ as a central motif. Look out for their Thread Through The Eye collection of six new video pieces launch on Sedition on Thursday, 3 March 2016.

Explore ‘Slow Quilt’ and other works by LoVid on Sedition

Explore ‘Slow Quilt’ and other works by LoVid on Sedition


From 3 – 6 March LoVid will also be exhibiting work at the Moving Image Art Fair, a fair and platform conceived in order to specifically showcase time based works. LoVid present cell-a-scape, a moving image piece in which digitally rendered shapes and static noise coexist with recognisably ‘natural’ forms.

Moving Image Art Fair
Waterfront New York Tunnel
269 11th Avenue

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Ryoichi Kurokawa Presents ‘unfold’ at FACT Liverpool

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For his first solo exhibition in the UK, Ryoichi Kurokawa presents unfold, an ambitious new artwork co-commissioned by FACT, Stereolux and University of Salford Art Collection, with the support of CEA Irfu – Paris Saclay, Arcadi and DICRéAM. The large scale audiovisual installation explores the birth of stars through the creation of an immersive environment.

Kurokawa is celebrated for his skillfully realised time-based installation works and live audiovisual performances, which approach digital imaging and sound production techniques as sculptural and synaesthetic media. The unfold project explores the relationship between intimate and remote, physical and virtual spaces, as well as bringing together art and astrophysics. Using surround sound and cutting-edge audiovisual production techniques and technologies, Kurokawa has created an immersive installation in which large projections featured with a complex soundscape form a single, absorbing environment.

Using data provided by the Research Institute into the Fundamental Laws of the Universe (CEA Irfu – Paris-Saclay) and following an extensive collaboration with astrophysicist Vincent Minier, Kurokawa has recreated the process of star formation which takes place within remote interstellar clouds. The artist’s visualisation remains faithful to the patterns revealed by the data while bringing these same patterns and findings to life by creatively interpreting the remote events the data describes.

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Visitors to the exhibition will experience at close hand the collisions of matter and forces which, light years away from Earth, produce new celestial bodies; star clusters emerge from molecular clouds, leading eventually to the formation of sun-like stars. The physics of molecular clouds is little understood, making the opportunity to visualise the phenomenon a rare and fascinating one.

Kurokawa’s work is a creative and scientific study of the building blocks of the universe. The scale, energy and complexity inherent to the formation of stars is staggering; anyone who visits unfold is likely to leave with new and profound insights, ideas and perhaps philosophical lines of thought.

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The exhibition is accompanied by a series of events including a live performance of syn_ on 11 March at the Liverpool Philharmonic, an artist talk on 12 March with Vincent Minier, a series of workshops featuring games and activities exploring scientific research and star activity and a curator tour on 19 March, 2pm. The programme represents an opportunity for researchers from normally disconnected academic disciplines to discuss their practices. In creating a space in which different specialisms can come together, unfold has the potential to open up debates and collaborations which resonate far beyond the exhibition itself.


The exhibition was supported in part by a successful Kickstarter campaign organised by FACT in which Sedition offered the syn_ collection of digital editions by Kurokawa to support the campaign. Sedition is releasing a new series of five audiovisual works as part of the Sirens collection on 10 March 2016.

unfold is on at FACT, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, L1 4DQ, UK, from 11 March – 12 June 2016.

Sedition Partners To Present Art On Public Screens In Norway

For 2016, Sedition has partnered with i/o/lab to display works on public screens around Stavanger, Norway as part of Public Art Screens, a programme dedicated to presenting contemporary video art and animation in public spaces to bring take art out of the gallery and into everyday life. Public Art Screens works with a number of venues including schools, public squares, hospitals, and art spaces around the city including Gosen Skole, Vitenfabrikken, Tou Scene, and KinoKino. The programme aims to increase awareness of work that engages with questions around technology, furthering existing debates and placing artworks in public space to push the boundaries of what can be called an exhibition space.

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The Shrine by Eric Schockmel, digital edition


For Public Art Screens, the work of an international artist working with video and animation will be featured each month in 2016. In January, the work of Eric Schockmel launched the programme with a series of 3D animated works from his What If You Created Artificial Life And It Started Worshipping You series that imagine futuristic worlds. Schockmel explores the relationship between technology, art and culture through complex visualisations which see “motion graphics as an opportunity for storytelling”.

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Auto-Monuments #7 by Angelo Plessas, digital edition


For the month of February, Angelo Plessas features his Auto-Monuments series of short videos from Sedition of the surrealist garden of Las Pozas in Mexico created entirely on the iPhone. Pleassas’ work spans across video, installation, publishing and internet art. His work actively opens up potential for interaction and the reinvention of familiar online behaviours, visual landscapes and timeframes. “The internet could be called a monument to an ever-changing present. (It) appropriates time in an interesting way, and I am fascinated by (how humans behave in order to deal with this appropriation).” – Angelo Plessas

Each month the artists presented in Public Art Screens in 2016 are:


Watch a video preview of the programme:

Find out more about the Public Art Screens programme and venue locations on their website at:

i/o/lab Centre for Future Art is a non-profit organisation that develops professional artistic projects to advocates arts and new technologies in the region. Sedition is pleased to support i/o/lab and Public Art Screens in 2016 in our mission to bring art to screens and to make the best of contemporary art accessible to all.


Introducing Sedition Art Stream: A New Way To Experience Art Online

We’re proud to announce the launch of the Sedition Art Stream, a new streaming service that gives subscribers access to a curated exhibition of works by world renowned contemporary artist – changing the way you experience art online. Works can be streamed through the browser on any device or using the newly updated Sedition iOS app.

Art Stream features twelve artworks at any one time and are updated weekly – each week a new artwork is added and the last one is removed. The curated Art Stream features the very best of contemporary art including works by artists such as Bill Viola, Tracey Emin, Liu Ye, Mark Titchner and more.

The first week’s Art Stream includes:

  1. 1. I Promise To Love You by Tracey Emin
  2. 2. The Little Match Seller by Liu Ye
  3. 3. Not Even Love Will Tear Us Apart by LIA
  4. 4. The Chopper by Wim Wenders
  5. 5. UP! by Mark Titchner
  6. 6. Live With Mira Calix (Section 1) by Quayola & Sinigaglia
  7. 7. Somewhere We Will Meet Again by Pascal Haudressy
  8. 8. Extasis by Mustafa Hulusi
  9. 9. Signal 1 by Nicolas Sassoon & Rick Silva
  10. 10. Forever by Tim Noble & Webster
  11. 11. Dark Place by Doug Foster
  12. 12. Joss by Cheng Ran


Subscribe today and start your three month free trial followed by a low monthly fee of $10. Alternatively, purchase or gift a one year subscription and receive 50% off the first year at just $60. Subscribers will have unlimited access to a High Definition stream of twelve curated artworks and special privileges including discounts to purchase artwork falling off the stream and priority access to exclusive events and private views. Subscribers can download the new Sedition iOS app from the App Store to view the Art Stream, now compatible with iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Pro, or view the Art Stream in the browser on any connected device.

Subscribe today:

Download the Sedition iOS app from the App Store:

How It Works

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How do I subscribe?

To subscribe to the Art Stream go to: Select whether you’d like to subscribe monthly or annually. As an introductory offer, sign-up and receive the first three months free on a monthly subscription or alternatively, purchase a one year subscription and receive 50% off the first year.

If you’re not already a member you’ll be prompted to sign-up for free. Enter your name, email address and password. Enter your card details to begin your free trial or one-year discounted subscription. You’ll then be taken through to the Art Stream, where you can view and explore the artworks.

How can I view my artworks?

You can view your Art Stream on any device through the browser. Click next to view the next artwork and click the full-screen icon to view the works in full-screen on your computer, TV or tablet. Download our newly updated iOS app from the App Store for your iPhone and iPad devices. The latest app is now compatible with iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Pro. Login to your Sedition account. If you are subscribed to the Art Stream, your stream will appear in the menu. Click Art Steam in the app and view your works in fullscreen. You can display your artworks on your iPhone or iPad using Apple TV and the Airplay functionality.

To download the Sedition iOS app visit the App Store.

NEW UPDATE: Sedition iOS App



We’re pleased to release a new version of our iOS app – the recommended platform for viewing your collection from Sedition. The latest update is now compatible with the latest iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Pro devices for the best viewing experience of your digital artworks. Download the app from iTunes App Store or simply update your app to the latest version by going to the Updates page in the app store.

Key Features:

  • Introduction tour
  • Improved design and navigation
  • Browse Curated and Open Platform artists & artworks
  • Search artists, artworks and users
  • Add artworks to your Wish List
  • Play your Art Stream


Open the app and view our brief new introductory tour which will guide you through the Sedition platform. You can swipe to the next screen or click to skip the tour. Browse artworks right away or sign-up or login directly to the app to start building your WishList and collection.


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Browse Curated and Open Platform artists and artworks; you can now easily switch between the two using the toggle at the top of screen. Use the new Search function to search for artists, artworks and collectors.


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Select an artist to view their biography and click Follow to receive notifications of the artist’s latest activities and artwork releases.

Select an artwork to preview videos and images with a description of the artwork. Click Add To Wishlist to like the artwork. An email will be sent to you with a link to purchase the artwork on our website. Once you’ve purchased a work, go to your Vault in the app and swipe down to refresh the Vault. Your artwork will be loaded into the Vault.

From the Vault you can select the artwork to view the work. Tap once on the artwork and scroll to view a description of the artwork and your Certificate of Authenticity.


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Click Manage Vault to download artworks onto your device (make sure you’re connected to WiFi so that you do not eat up your data). Select artworks that say In Cloud to download onto your device or select Download All to download all your artworks to your device. When the artworks are download they will say On Device, click the ‘X’ if you’d like to remove them from your device. Artworks you have downloaded onto your device can now play even while you are not connected to the internet.


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Once the works are downloaded, click on Playlist and select the artworks you’d like to play in a loop. Click Play and your playlist will start playing in fullscreen.

Play your works on your TV by streaming your artworks from your iPhone or iPad by using the Airplay Mirroring feature and an Apple TV. Find out more on the Apple website.

Download the Sedition App now from the App Store.