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Sedition Guide to FIAC 2016, Paris

This week, Paris is enlivened with art as the FIAC and satellite events (including Paris Internationale, Asia Now Paris, Outsider Art Fair and YIA) come to the French capital. To help you navigate the fairs, we’ve curated a selection of exhibitions now taking place across the city. View works by your favourite artists from Sedition presenting works in an around FIAC 2016.

Artists at FIAC

Lawrence Weiner is exhibiting work with three galleries at the fair. With Galerie 8 + 4 his embroidered work Form of Difficulty is shown in a group exhibition featuring works by Véra Molnar, Anne & Patrick Poirier and Pierrette Bloch. Meanwhile, represented by Marian Goodman and Alfonse Artiaco, the artist presents a large scale floor and wall based work On The Up, On The Above Up, On The Below Up outside the Petit Palais.

The Documentary: Geocentric Puncture, Guan Xiao 2014

The Documentary: Geocentric Puncture, Guan Xiao 2014


Guan Xiao presents a number of sculptural works, installations and digital prints at Kraupa-Tuscany Zeidler, one of ten galleries exhibiting as part of the La Fayette sector in the Grand Palais.

Ron Arad’s Armadillo Tea Pavillion (2016) is among outdoor sculptural works presented at the Jardin des Tuileries as part of the Tuileries sector. His work features alongside that of Alexander Calder, Gloria Friedmann and Jean Nouvel and is exhibited by Revolution Precrafted.

Anatomy of an Angel, Damien Hirst

Anatomy of an Angel, Damien Hirst, 2008


Damien Hirst presents Anatomy of an Angel (2008) with White Cube at the Petit Palais. The work, carved in Italian Carrara marble, is a depiction of an angel in a classical style inspired by L’Hirondelle Alfred Boucher (1920). The skin of the angel is torn, revealing glimpses of the human anatomy as depicted and dissected in medical practice.

Elsewhere in Paris

Scroll by Jonathan Monaghan at Galerie 2248m2

Scroll by Jonathan Monaghan at Galerie 2248m2


While in Paris for FIAC, be sure to catch GOTHAM, Jonathan Monaghan’s current solo exhibition at Galerie 2248m2. The exhibition runs until 29 October and presents sculpture, video and installation works which explore the digital transformation of materiality in relation to concepts of wealth and prestige.

Back to the End of the Beginning of the End, Again – Jake and Dinos Chapman


Amalia Ulman’s solo exhibition, Reputation, is presented at New Galerie in the Marais from 20 October to 20 December. Those in Paris for FIAC might also like to head to London for Ulman’s current exhibition Labour Dance at Arcadia Missa. Kamel Mennour presents an exhibition of installation works by Jake and Dinos Chapman in two separate Paris locations. Back to the End of the Beginning of the End, Again is on display both at the gallery’s main Paris location on the rue Saint-André des arts from 14 October to 26 November, and at 28 avenue Matignon from 20 October to 26 November 2016.

FIAC, contemporary art fair takes place at Grand Palais, Petit Palais and at off-site locations around Paris from 20-23 October 2016. For more information visit:

Introducing… The Sedition Frame


Sedition is delighted to introduce the Sedition Frame, a beautifully designed frame for collectors to turn their iPads and Samsung Galaxy tablets into a high-quality art display. The Sedition Frame is a hand-crafted wooden frame, designed to complement any interior – at home or in the office.

There are many ways to display artworks on the Sedition Frame. Using the Sedition iOS or Android app, display your artworks from the Vault on a rotating playlist. Download the artworks into the app to enjoy them even while offline. Alternatively, subscribe to the Sedition Art Stream to view a curated stream of twelve artworks that are updated weekly. seditionframe_twocolours_blackoak-1Crafted from solid oak, the Sedition Frame comes in two finishes: Black and Light Oak. The frame features a magnetised front cover in matte-black powdered steel, which ensures that devices are held securely in place and allows easy access to install or remove the tablet in seconds.

Along with the frame are three inserts adapted to fit the most popular tablets including iPad 2, iPad Air 1 and 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. The frame can be wall-mounted or displayed free standing on a flat surface in portrait or landscape format. Convenient access ports for power cables in the back allow for discreet powering of the device.



  • Solid oak frame available in Black or Light Oak
  • Tablet inserts for iPad, iPad Air 1 and 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • Powder-coated steel front cover plate in Matte Black
  • Access for power cables
  • Hanging mounts for display in portrait and landscape
  • Dimensions: 36 cm x 31 cm x 5 cm
  • Weight: 3.1 kg


Prices for the Sedition Frame start at $530 plus shipping (tablet not included). Frames can be shipped internationally from London, UK.

The Sedition Frame is also available for purchase from the Royal Academy of Art shop. Sedition has partnered with the Royal Academy to sell a range of digital limited edition artworks by Royal Academicians including: Michael Craig-Martin, Ron Arad, Jenny Holzer and Tracey Emin. The frame can be purchased from the Royal Academy’s gift shop as part of a package which can be purchased at £1,550, which includes an iPad Air tablet and the full RA collection of 14 artworks.

For more information on the Sedition Frame visit:


Sedition Guide To Frieze Week 2016


The New Brutalists by Jane and Louise Wilson


It’s that time of year again in London – with the arrival of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, the city becomes a hub for the international art community during early October as galleries and artists from across the world converge for a busy programme of talks, exhibitions and satellite events. We’ve put together a guide to this year’s Frieze Week for Sedition artists and collectors, with a focus on Sedition artists and digital art.

Sedition Picks At Frieze

Frieze Art Fair showcases the work of artists and gallerists from around the world in London’s Regents Park. This year, the fair features a series of interactive interventions, a celebration of the legacy of the 1990s, and a keynote talk by Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. As a platform for the presentation and distribution of digital editions of art, Sedition is drawn to work which actively explores the influence of the digital medium on art. The influence of the digital can be seen in the work of emerging and established artists alike. Here are a few Sedition picks for navigating Frieze:

1. Jane & Louise Wilson

On 7 October Jane and Louise Wilson join Wolfgang Tillmans, Julia Peyton-Jones and Adrian Searle will discuss how London’s contemporary art scene has changed since the 1990s. The talk, titled Upstarts / New ‘90s Art’ is part of a strand of the festival which celebrates 25 years of Frieze Magazine by focusing on the influence of the 90s on current art practices. The talk is a chance to reflect not only on how much things have changed in the past 25 years, but also looking ahead at how things are set to change in future.

2. Yuri Pattinson

In a new installation to be unveiled at the Fair, Yuri Pattison, the winner of the Frieze Artist Award 2016, will examine systems for the interpretation of ‘Big Data’ with a fair-wide network of screens which display – digitally interpreted – live responses to the behaviour of consumers at the fair. By mirroring data interpretation systems more generally the work thinks through the mechanics and politics underlying data management, and emphasises its connection to people and objects. Pattison’s work is part of the Frieze Projects programme, curated by Raphael Gygax and supported by the LUMA Foundation.

3. Samson Young

Another of this year’s Frieze Projects, Samson Young’s When I have fears that I may cease to be, what would you give in exchange for your soul is a multimedia walk through the fair venue loosely based on Graham Greene’s Ministry of Fear. Young, a sound artist and composer born and based in Hong Kong, uses music playlists, photographs, research materials and site-specific films to create an unsettling narrative in the form of a series of surveillance reports on a bookshop owner whose trade is in personal confessions.

4. Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech / Amalia Ulman

Alongside Frieze Projects and Frieze Talks, Frieze London Live intervenes in art fair proceedings with a programme of live interactive interventions. Sedition recommends looking out for an auditorium based choreographic work by Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech, represented by Southard Reid, and an intimate performative work by Amalia Ulman (Arcadia Missa).

5. Angelo Plessas

At Booth H13, The Breeder presents an installation by Angelo Plessas titled Eternal Internet Brother/Sisterhood I-III. The work is an immersive installation, a platform and a network; it actively connects artists working internationally with online art. The work was first exhibited at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens and was awarded the 2015 Deste Prize.


Prison Breaking / Powerless Structures, Fig. 333 by Elmgreen and Dragset at Victoria Miro


Satellite Events

Visitors to London during Frieze Week are spoilt for choice where exhibitions are concerned, as galleries across the city showcase incredible projects, monumental artworks and must-see talks. Works and events including a number of Sedition artists feature among the events in London from 5-9 October. We’ve put together a run-through of Sedition artist events to add to your Frieze Week calendar; we’ve also included exhibitions by artists whose work engages directly with digital art.

On 4 October, head to London’s The Strand for the Private View of Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Image featuring works by Elizabeth Price, Jeremy Deller, Martin Creed, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Rachel Rose. The exhibition is organised by Hayward Gallery and The Vinyl Factory and is accompanied by a party and performance evening on 6 October. Earlier in the evening on 6th, head to the Private View of Yinka Shonibare’s solo exhibition …and the wall fell away at Stephen Friedman Gallery.

From 11am – 1pm on 8 October, see Shezad Dawood in conversation with Nicolas Bourriaud at Timothy Taylor as part of the artist’s solo exhibition Kalimpong, which combines traditional art practices and mythologies with Virtual Reality.

In Shoreditch, works by Elmgreen & Dragset and Isaac Julien are included in group exhibition Protest at Victoria Miro. The exhibition is open during Frieze week alongside Victoria Miro’s booth at the fair, which features the work of Yayoi Kusama, Chantal Joffe and Grayson Perry.

Meanwhile in Mayfair, Suzanne Treister presents a body of work made by a fictional algorithmic High Frequency Trader in solo exhibition HFT: The Gardener at Annely Juda Fine Art. On 3, 4 and 8 October visit Streams of Warm Impermanence, a group exhibition exploring flesh in networked era at DRAF. In Peckham, Arcadia Missa presents Labour Dance, a solo exhibition by Amalia Ulman. Visit the gallery during Frieze week from 6 to 8 October.

Frieze London and Frieze Masters take place at The Regent’s Park (Park Square West entrance), London NW1 4NR, UK between 5 and 9 October 2016.

Announcing the Winners of the FutureFest Art Prize 2016

Sedition and Nesta are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2016 Futurefest Art Prize. Earlier this year, we held an Open Call for artists to respond to four themes of FutureFest: Love, Play, Work and Thrive, to explore and imagine ideas of the future in 30 years time.

Twelve shortlisted artists (three for each theme) were selected from over 270 entries from around the work. Works were showcased at FutureFest, which took place at the Tobacco Docks in London on 17 and 18 September 2016. Four winners were selected and announced at the event following a live audience vote.

The winners for the 2016 FutureFest Art Prize are:


FutureFest Art Prize shortlisted works on display at the Sedition stand at FutureFest 2016

FutureFest Art Prize shortlisted works on display at the Sedition stand at FutureFest 2016


Winners were announced by Geoff Mulgan, CEO of Nesta at the end of each day. On Saturday 17 September, the Future Love and Future Play prize was awarded to Karoline Georges and Ulla Nolden. The Future Work and Future Thrive prize winners Ivaylo Hristov and Keith Kamholz were chosen at the festival’s culminating talk on Sunday 18 September.

Our Profiles Kiss by Karoline Georges explores love between two avatars created using 3D modelling techniques. The avatars are virtual yet extremely realistic; the artist works in the space between real and virtual to create a new poetic language. Ulla Nolden’s Pure Movement 3, environment 1.2 maps the behaviour of swarms through intricate algorithms, inspired by an interest in the balance between simplicity and complexity in insect swarms. Ivaylo Hristov’s Lighting Tools: Device For Excavations combines hand tools and lights to explore the future obsolescence and beauty of workplace equipment in an age of automation. Primal hand tools are wrapped in lights, simultaneously turning focus on to the tools and rendering them unusable. Surrogate Mechanica by Keith Kamholz imagines a future in which human babies grow in the transparent wombs of surrogate mechanical robots, sparing a couple the pain and risk of carrying and delivering a child.

The four winners each receive a £500 cash prize. In addition, their work will be launched and promoted on Sedition to an international audience of art collectors and digital enthusiasts. We congratulate the winners and thank all those who submitted for all their incredible contributions. Attendees of the festival will have the chance to claim their free edition of one of the winning entries.

The festival brought together pioneering technologies and visionary entrepreneurs, creatives and researchers in an inspiring programme of events at London’s Tobacco Dock. The judging panel for the Art Prize was comprised of international influencers and experts including artist Claudia Hart, FIELD creative studio, body>data>space Creative Director Ghislaine Boddington and Bellweather: Food Trends Director Dr Morgaine Gaye.

Read more about FutureFest 2016 here. Discover the full list of artists shortlisted for the FutureFest Art Prize on Sedition, here.

Announcement: FutureFest Art Prize Shortlist

We are delighted to announce the shortlist selected for the FutureFest Art Prize. We received over 270 submissions from around the world and after a challenging review process, twelve artworks (three for each theme) have been selected to be showcased at the weekend festival in September. Four overall winners will be selected and announced following a live audience vote at the event. Each winner will be awarded a £500 cash prize and will have their work launched on Sedition and promoted to an international audience of art and digital enthusiasts and collectors.

The shortlisted artworks are:

Future Love

Judges: Ghislaine Boddington, Rory Blain


Future Work

Judges: Ruth Amos, Tom Berman, Geoff Mulgan


Future Play
Judges: Pat Kane, Claudia Hart, Ashley Wong


Future Thrive
Judges: Dr Morgaine Gaye, FIELD, Josh McNorton


Futurefest is Nesta’s annual festival of ideas, talks and interactive performances that will take  place from 17-18 September 2016 at London’s Tobacco Dock. The event focuses ideas and visions that will define the future in 20-30 years to come. This year’s festival is curated around four themes exploring the future of: Love, Work, Play and Thrive. This year’s festival will feature influential speakers including, Brian Eno, DJ Spooky, Will Self, Sherry Coutu and Rhianna Pratchett, and many more, alongside performances and art installations presented throughout the weekend.

FutureFest 2016 takes place at Tobacco Dock, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, London E1W 2SF from 17-18 September 2016. For tickets and information, visit:

Art In The Digital Age: Screening And Artist Talk In New York


On Wednesday, 31 August 2016, Sedition presents a screening and artist talk in New York in collaboration with Postmasters Gallery. The event is part of the Art In The Digital Age series organised by Sedition, which brings together artists, curators and digital art specialists to explore the future of art making, collecting and curation, and is the first event hosted in New York.


These Rocks Won’t Lose Their Shape by Katie Torn

These Rocks Won’t Lose Their Shape by Katie Torn


From 7pm in a private location in the Lower East Side will feature a curated selection of digital artworks by artists including Andrew Thomas Huang, Claudia Hart, Katie Torn, Monica Cook, Brian Alfred, Mark Dorf, NONOTAK, Zeitguised, Rafael Rozendaal, Lawrence Lek, LoVid and LIA. Artists Claudia Hart, Katie Torn and Monica Cook will present to discuss their work and practice in conversation with Ashley Wong, Head of Programmes, Sedition and Paulina Bebecka, Director, Postmasters. The panel will offer an insight into the diverse ways in which digital media and art practice can combine, as well as considering how artists can negotiate a career in digital art. Meural will also present a digital canvas during the event showing works by Sedition artists as part of an ongoing collaboration. The screening and talk will be followed by a social event with music by DJ Antwan Duncan from 9pm onwards.

Les Petites Romantiques - collection by Claudia Hart available on Sedition

Les Petites Romantiques – collection by Claudia Hart available on Sedition


Art In The Digital Age
: Artist Talk and Screening takes place on 31 August from 7pm in a private location. If you’re in New York and would like to attend, please contact: for further information. 


Ron Arad presents Curtain Call at the Roundhouse

Ron Arad's 'Curtain Call' at the Roundhouse, 2011

Ron Arad’s ‘Curtain Call’ at the Roundhouse, 2011


From 6-29 August 2016 Ron Arad transforms London’s Roundhouse with an elaborate large-scale installation and a series of events in collaboration with internationally renowned artists.

For Curtain Call, renowned artist, architect and designer Arad has redefined the curtain with an installation of over 5,000 cascading silicon rods. The result is a curtain or canopy which can be wandered through and explored, which catches and distorts the light, and which is both monumental and intimate. The rods hang from a steel ring 18m in diameter, within which performances will take place. In addition, moving image works will be projected onto the composite circular ‘screen’; visitors are invited to walk through the screen as an alternative to watching, more typically, from afar.

“Walk in, penetrate, cross the moving images to get inside the cylinder. You’ll be engulfed by images –a captive, but also a creator. It’s amazing what exciting things happen on both sides of the curtain.” – Ron Arad




Curtain Call was first presented at Roundhouse in 2011. As part of the 2016 installation Ron Arad has collaborated with numerous internationally renowned artists and creatives to present works on the giant circular screen. Universal Everything and Daniel Landau are among those who have collaborated with Arad for Curtain Call 2016, while Mat Collishaw and Christian Marclay are among artists from the project’s 2011 run who have collaborated for the second time. In addition to the project’s artist collaborations, a programme of events has been developed around the Curtain Call installation. Visitors to Roundhouse can enjoy performances by Matthew Herbert, Gaika, the BBC Proms and Dan Deacon, among others in the Curtain Call Live programme.



Curtain Call is presented as part of Bloomberg Summer at the Roundhouse, an annual programme designed to connect innovative cultural production and new audiences. The programme also celebrates fifty years of the Roundhouse, which for five decades has presented a diverse events programme incorporating arts, music, theatre and performance. As well as showcasing the work of new and established arts practitioners, the Roundhouse works to foster the careers of young people interested in working in creative disciplines.

Alongside Curtain Call, Sedition is pleased to be releasing a new work by Universal Everything as a digital edition. Stay tuned for more updates on the new release.

Curtain Call runs from 6-29 August 2016 at Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH. For tickets and information on Curtain Call, visit:

Walter Hugo & Zoniel’s Spectra and highlights of the 2016 Liverpool Biennial

The 2016 Liverpool Biennial is under way, and features an interactive installation by Sedition artists Walter Hugo and Zoniel. The Biennial, which has been running since 2009, is the largest festival of its kind in the UK and presents diverse public artworks in traditional and non-traditional art spaces across the city. The festival provides a platform for local and international artists as well as supporting the careers of emerging artists.

This year’s Liverpool Biennial runs from 9 July until 16 October 2016; some of the prominent locations in which to the discover the Biennale include Cains Brewery and Tate Liverpool. At Open Eye Gallery on Liverpool’s Waterfront, Walter Hugo and Zoniel present a large scale installation piece titled Spectra on the facade of the gallery.

The installation began as an interactive public work over the weekend of 8-10 July; during this time people of all ages were invited to catapult paint-filled balloons at the external wall of the gallery. The colours used were given to participants based on their responses to questions about their relationship to art and to the space. The resulting layers and sequences of colour can be read as a kind of encoding of the artistic interests of Biennial visitors.

SPECTRA by Walter Hugo and Zoniel

SPECTRA by Walter Hugo and Zoniel


Spectra follows on from Walter Hugo and Zoniel’s installation work The Physical Possibility Of Inspiring Imagination In The Mind Of Somebody Living, which was presented at the 2014 Liverpool Biennial. For this work, the artists filled a derelict building with jellyfish and opened the space to visitors every evening at sundown. Digital editions derived from the work are also available as digital editions on the Sedition curated platform. Explore the Echoes of Toki collection here.


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Echoes of Toki #1 by Walter Hugo and Zoniel


Alongside the installation by Walter Hugo and Zoniel, Open Eye Gallery has hosted a number of events and exhibitions during the Biennial. Between 6 and 11 July Ben McDonnell was among artists presenting work in Telling Tales at 46-41 Duke Street. The exhibition, which explored the recreation of experience through diverse media including sculpture, photography and sound, was presented by Open Eye as part of the Liverpool Biennial Fringe programme. McDonnell’s work was among those presented by RCA, Subject Matter and Sedition at The Campaign in March.

Other artists to look out for at the Liverpool Biennale include Ian Cheng, whose installation Emissary Forks for You at Cain’s Brewery takes the form of a guided exhibition tour led by a small virtual dog, Susan Treister’s HFT The Gardener at Liverpool John Moore University and Oliver Laric’s 3D scans (and associated data) of statues from the Walker Art Gallery.

There is also plenty to explore at the Biennial for those interested in the intersection of art and the digital. FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) Liverpool are running a series of workshops introducing young people to electronics, co-design techniques and programming. FACT plays host to a panel discussion on the permanence and material cultural significance of data on 14 September; panelists include Jussi Parikka and Hannah Redler. As part of MakeFest 2016 FACT will be travelling to Manchester to present current maker projects (including an appearance from the Robot Orchestra) at the Museum of Science and Industry on 20 and 21 August.Curator-led guided tours of Cains Brewery, Open Eye Gallery and other venues are interspersed throughout the festival, while on 22 September the Another Version Of Events moving image programme presents Circuit Breakers, a series of film and video works made with new technologies.

Liverpool Biennial 2016 takes place at venues throughout Liverpool until 16 October 2016.

Spectra by Walter Hugo and Zoniel is presented at Open Eye Gallery, 19 Mann Island, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 1BP until 16 October 2016.

Sedition Artists Nominated For The 2016 Lumen Prize


SIGNALS by Nicolas Sassoon and Rick Silva

Five artists and artist groups whose work is featured on the Sedition platform have been selected for the longlist of the 2016 Lumen Prize. The list for the Prize, which celebrates art made using digital rendering and production techniques, was chosen from over 550 entered works.

The Lumen Prize aims to promote digital art on a global stage, creating new conversations and opportunities for artists working with digital media. To be eligible for entry, works must have been developed using digital techniques; this includes – but is not limited to – sound, animation, moving image, gaming technology and applications.

The longlist of nominees include four artists whose work is also presented as digital editions on Sedition. Listed for the Moving Image Award is SIGNALS by Nicolas Sassoon and Rick Silva; the SIGNALS project is available on Sedition as a collection of digital editions. German art and design collective Onformative have been nominated for the 3D/Sculpture Award for their installation Anima-iki, while Carla GannisSelfie Drawings Book project has been selected in the Mixed Reality category. Claire Reika Wright’s piece Turmoil, accompanied by a soundtrack by composer Louise Utterson, has been selected for the moving image award.

A further addition to the longlist is one of the latest artists to join Sedition’s curated platform. Mike Pelletier, whose work Time Of Flight was recently launched as a digital edition, was selected for his motion capture animation work Performance Capture Part Two.

The Lumen Prize longlist was announced on 13 July at the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference in London. The shortlist will be selected by a jury including Senior Curator at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Douglas Dodds, Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) Shanghai Curator, WeiWei Wang and award-winning filmmaker, Michael Fukushima. The public are also invited to choose their favourite work from the longlist in the People’s Choice Award vote, which opens on 10 August. The works which can be nominated for the People’s Choice Award can be viewed on the Lumen Prize Online Gallery.

The shortlist of artists will be announced in September, before the overall winners are announced on 29 September at the Lumen Winners’ Gala at Hackney House, London. The work of the shortlisted artists will then be presented in the fifth global Lumen Prize exhibition tour, which this year will visit Shanghai, New York City, London, Leeds and Caerphilly.

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Shezad Dawood Presents Screening Of ‘Towards The Possible Film’

Shezad Dawood’s Towards The Possible Film

Shezad Dawood’s Towards The Possible Film


This summer Sedition is pleased to present a series of events at Shoreditch and Soho House in London. For the second in the series, acclaimed artist Shezad Dawood presents a screening of Towards The Possible Film at Soho House. The screening is followed by a conversation between the artist and Oliver Basciano, Editor at Art Review, and an audience Q&A.  

Towards The Possible Film is a 20-minute video work made in 2014. It presents the story of two new arrivals in a desolate, rocky land. The visitors, who appear to come from another world and atmosphere entirely, make headway into the landscape, eventually meeting those who already live there. Dawood’s use of framing and narrative structures creates a dissonant work; the work could be taking place on Earth or on another planet, in the past or in the future. The work’s nuanced depiction of interaction brings together themes of colonisation, isolation and the relationship between people and environment.

Dawood will discuss his practice with Oliver Basciano, an art critic and writer who has worked at Art Review since 2009. Now the International Editor for Art Review, Basciano also writes for The Guardian and Spike Art Quarterly.

Sedition’s Art In The Digital Age series is a programme of events focusing on the way digital media is shaping the art market in various ways. The programme looks at the influence of the digital on art collecting, art making and art sales. By looking at the present art market, the series seeks to also consider what is likely to happen in the art world in future years.

The screening takes place on Wednesday, 6 July 2016, 6:45pm at Soho House, 76 Dean St, London, W1D 3SQ. Free entry, limited capacity.

Register your place at the event via Eventbrite

View artworks by Shezad Dawood on Sedition