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Daata x Vanity present Saya Woolfalk

In Art, Art Fair, Artist, Daata, Daata Editions, daataeditions, David Gryn, Digital, digital art, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, Leslie Tonkonow, Miami, New York, Rita Pinto, Saya Woolfalk, Uncategorized, Vanity Projects, Video on 30/04/2017 at 7:25 am

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Daata Editions x Vanity Projects – featuring Saya Woolfalk

Colour Mixing Machine

On view in both Vanity NYC and Miami venues April 15 – May 9

Vanity Projects, 99 Chrystie St 2F, New York, NY, 10002 +16464102928

www.vanityprojectsnyc.com/ & https://daata-editions.com/

Saya Woolfalk is a New York based artist who uses science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the world in multiple dimensions. With the multi-year projects No Place, The Empathics and ChimaTEK, Woolfalk has created the world of the Empathics, a fictional race of women who are able to alter their genetic make-up and fuse with plants. With each body of work, Woolfalk continues to build the narrative of these women’s lives, and questions the utopian possibilities of cultural hybridity. The Pollen Catchers is a continuation of ChimaTEK, in which the Empathics employ color-mixing machines to further shape shift their morphology. Sound attribution to The Hathaway Family Plot. https://daata-editions.com/artists/saya-woolfalk

“2017 promises to be an exciting year for Vanity Projects, which is partnering with Daata Editions, the British-based online art platform equally dedicated to outside-the-box experimentation. This initiative will bring a wealth of talent to both the Miami and New York venues, starting with Scott Reeder, followed by Saya Woolfalk, Ed Fornieles, Yung Jake, Jacky Connolly, Jillian Mayer, Jeremy Couillard, Rashaad Newsome and others. “A Goth Life,” a group show opening in June, cheekily brings together video that honors “our joyously soulless, self-reflective, insular, tension and angst ridden times,” just in time for the sunny summer. Key activations with art institutions will expand the project’s reach, with plans for potential events during Art Basel Miami Beach.” Text by Scott Indrisek

Vanity Projects in collaboration with Daata Editions welcomes Frieze, Vanity and Daata guests, Friday May 5, 10am-12pm for a screening of Saya Woolfalk’s work Color Mixing Machine 1-6, and complimentary nail polish manicures inspired by the artist & join Rita Pinto, David Gryn and Saya Woolfalk for drinks from 6-8pm. RSVP: contact@vanityprojectsnyc.com

Saya Woolfalk: ChimaCloud and the Pose System at Leslie Tonkonow. New works by the artist are on view through May 6th in Saya Woolfalk: ChimaCloud and the Pose System at Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, 535 West 22nd Street, New York, NY. www.tonkonow.com

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Elephant Magazine Interview with David Gryn on Daata Editions

In Art Video, Artspace, Daata, Daata Editions, David Gryn, Elephant, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, Uncategorized on 10/10/2016 at 7:45 am

Daata Editions launched in May 2015, presenting editions by 18 artists that were available to be acquired as downloads. Over one year on, Director David Gryn discusses their latest releases, and Daata’s role in an art world that is finally coming round to the digital. New works will be released as Frieze London kicks off this week.

Can you tell me a little about the latest artworks that you’ve released? 

We have released many new artworks over the last several months, on the site we now have over 65 artists and 350 commissioned artworks. Coinciding with the Frieze Art Fair we released new sets of artworks by Ed Fornieles, Ariana Reines, Daniel Swan, Artie Vierkant, a single work each by 6 New Contemporaries selected artists — Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Abri de Swardt — and the Daata & Artspace commission Terrorist of Love by Keren Cytter, which will be the latest artwork that is free to download. We have also just recently released new artworks at Expo Chicago by: Larry Achiampong, Casey Jane Ellison, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Saya Woolfalk and Gutter Records selects: Jake Chapman, Graham Dolphin, Joachim Koester & Stefan A. Pedersen.

What do you look for in the artists you work with?

We look for artists who have an interest in using a variety of digital mediums. Artists whose work we perceive will speak to and engage an audience who will primarily view the work via the website. We work with artists who are known to us via the art world ecosystem and artists who collaborate well. 

Are any new or young artists particularly exciting you right now?

I visit, tutor and lecture at many leading art schools and I am mightily impressed by recent encounters with graduates: Molly Palmer, Susannah Stark, Elliot Dodds, Jonathan Montague, Alice Jacobs, Anna Grenman, to name but a few. As Curator of Film & Sound for Art Basel at Miami Beach, I get to discover new artists all the time, as many leading galleries send me links to their artists’ work and submit them for the programming that I have been curating for the last 7 years.

We have launched a new section on Daata called ‘Curated’, and this is conceived to work with other voices in the artworks and introduce artists we may not have collaborated with or even heard of before. We have started this off with curator Katherine Finerty and her exhibition Reuse, remix, recode: Digital identity politics and the Power of PL►Y, from which she has now introduced artist Phoebe Boswell to the site.

We are interested in all generations of artists, it is just that the newer generations of artists use digital means as a (generalised) more natural process — but not exclusively. I am always excited by the artists that I am working with and the potential of those I do not know. 

Although in many ways you offer an alternative to the traditional physical gallery structure, have any particular galleries or institutions taken well to the concept of Daata Editions and provided strong support? Further to this, which spaces do you feel are really embracing the digital age?

We have had great support and collaborations with a variety of leading art fairs — NADA, Independent, Frieze, Expo Chicago, Chart — and these in turn bring us in direct parity and contact with the galleries that are selected for these fairs. There are galleries such as Arcadia Missa, Seventeen, Pilar Corrias, Bitforms, American Medium, Postmasters (to name just a few from the top of my head) who really get it and treat artists using digital mediums as equal to artists using any other medium. 

We have had great support from the Hammer Museum, Julia Stoschek Collection, Zabludowicz Collection and KIASMA Finland, all of whom have acquired most of the works that were released initially on Daata Editions. 

The digital world is constantly developing, have you found that Daata is required to evolve at a faster pace than other art platforms to keep up with this?

We set up Daata to be a platform to service artists who work with digital mediums and inherently the mediums will evolve and develop, but the internet is a rather established outlet so we see it as a hyper-normal method for display and distribution and are interested in propagating this. We are not really able to predict what future developments will sweep us all off our feet, but we believe we are perfectly placed to adapt and engage with whatever comes next. 

Developments in the dot com / internet development world are super fast. But I see our project as an equivalent to websites like the Guardian or the online record store Sounds of the Universe (also designed by our designers Studio Scasascia) that provide a platform for the distribution of information and downloadable music. We are always open to new methods of collaboration and technologies. 

We set up Daata to be an online equivalent of a gallery, but not trying to be a gallery. So we need to serve artists and audiences with a long term solution. We do not have a crystal ball on how the future will unpack, but we have informed instincts and these are how we can create solutions. The surprising fastest adopters of what we are trying to do are enlightened collectors, as they are often fascinated by the new, the innovative and the unexpected.

How has the relationship between art and digital development changed since Daata began? Do you have new challenges now?

In the short time since we started I have seen a move towards a greater desire for collaboration from potentially competitive or rival platforms. As we each have our own strengths and output I strongly believe that there has to be a wide array of similar platforms, much like there are similar galleries worldwide, as we can only ever have a finite capacity and indeed budget to commission and work with a limited number of artists at any time. 

Our challenge is not about the future, but about what is around us and how we can convey what we are doing to audiences and that they can have a relationship with the artworks we distribute and display. 

What do you see in the future for both Daata and the wider relationship between art and the digital? 

Simply that the conversation of and around art made with digital mediums will move onto the conversation about the artwork and the artist — the artist is paramount and that was always the purpose of Daata, to be a leading voice and example in the landscape of online distribution platforms — and that we will be joined by many other fantastic players and their voices. 

daata-editions.com/. All images courtesy the artist and Daata Editions. 

https://elephantmag.com/interview-david-gryn-daata-editions/

Keren Cytter – Terrorist of Love

In Andrew Goldstein, Artspace, Daata, Daata Editions, daataeditions, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, keren cytter, Reading Room, Terrorist of Love, Uncategorized on 04/10/2016 at 10:43 am

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Daata Editions and Artspace have co-commissioned a new video work, ‘Terrorist of Love’, by artist Keren Cytter, available for Free download on the Daata Editions website!

The work continues the New York based artist’s experimental filmmaking practice that subverts cinematic tropes, layers multiple fractured narratives, and reflexively refers to the medium. Tapping into a viral strain of humour found on Tumblr and GIF-sharing sites, the video is as chuckle-worthy, as it is contemplative.

Keren Cytter has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally, including: venues such as the Hammer Museum, New Museum, Whitney Museum, Guggenheim Museum, the 53rd Venice Biennale, Kunsthal Charlottenborg – Copenhagen and Kunst Werke – Berlin.

Download ‘Terrorist of Love’ for Free here!

Frieze London, Reading Room – the Daata Editions talk features: Keren Cytter in Conversation with Andrew Goldstein, Editor-in-Chief, Artspace.

Artspace Editor-in-Chief, Andrew M. Goldstein, will be in conversation with Keren Cytter, on her new video artwork ‘Terrorist of Love‘ and her filmic artwork practice, which picks apart genre conventions and other cinematic tropes with sly, dry wit.

Frieze Reading Room, Frieze London
Friday 7 October 2016
12.30pm – 1pm
More info:
frieze.com
artspace.com

 

 

More links:

Frieze Reading Room https://frieze.com/article/reading-room-frieze-london-2016

Facebook Event Page https://www.facebook.com/events/1608517026108863/

FAD Magazine http://fadmagazine.com/2016/09/29/daata-editions/

Cultural Traffic http://culturaltraffic.com/

Daata Editions News – Frieze Art Fair Week 2016

In artie vierkant, Artspace, Daata, Daata Editions, daataeditions, David Gryn, David Risley Gallery, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, keren cytter, new contemporaries, Uncategorized on 01/10/2016 at 10:30 am

 

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DAATA EDITIONS PRESS RELEASE 
FRIEZE ART FAIR WEEK – LONDON 2016

Daata Editions will be launching new artworks online and at Frieze London in the Reading Room, featuring artists: Keren Cytter, Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Ed Fornieles, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Ariana Reines, Daniel Swan, Abri de Swardt, Artie Vierkant. 

Daata Editions is collaborating with New Contemporaries, Gutter Records, Elephant MagazinePOSTmatter / WeTransfer (featuring Saya Woolfalk), FAD, alongside a co-commission project with Artspace launching with a new video work by artist Keren Cytter called ‘Terrorist of Love’ which will be available for FREE download via both websites. A new ‘Curated’ section is now live on the platform, through which guest curators will introduce new artists’ works on the website, launching with Katherine Finerty as curator and introducing artist Phoebe Boswell to the Daata platform. New York based curator and writer Lindsay Howard has written the new foreword to the website. Daata is screening selected new artworks at Cultural Traffic, a new print publishing arts fair.

https://daata-editions.com/
http://artspace.com
https://frieze.com/article/reading-room-frieze-london-2016
http://culturaltraffic.com/
http://postmatter.com/

Art Meets Tech: The Democratisation of Art an article by Moira Benigson: http://thembsgroup.co.uk/internal/art-meets-tech-the-democratisation-of-art/

Frieze London, Reading Room
Daata Editions will be screening newly commissioned artworks at Frieze London’s Reading Room, October 6 – 9 2016, by artists Ed Fornieles, Ariana Reines, Daniel Swan, Artie Vierkant and Keren Cytter.

New Contemporaries
Daata Editions will also feature new commissioned artworks by artists selected by New Contemporaries, artists include: Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Abri de Swardt.

 

Daata Editions & Artspace co-commission

Daata x Artspace Commissions: Keren Cytter, Terrorist of Love, 2016:                          Daata Editions and Artspace have collaborated to co-commission a video work by the artist Keren Cytter, which will be available for FREE download from Tuesday Oct 4 & Wednesday Oct 5 on both websites.

Daata Editions will host a talk at Frieze London Reading Room, on Friday 7 October, 12.30pm with artist Keren Cytter and Andrew Goldstein, Editor in Chief, Artspace, in conversation. https://www.facebook.com/events/1608517026108863/

Artspace will be screening Terrorist of Love at Sunday Art Fair, 6-9 October at Ambika P3

Frieze Art Fair, London
https://frieze.com/article/reading-room-frieze-london-2016

Artspace @ Sunday Art Fair
http://www.artspace.com
http://www.sundayartfair.com/

 

More Info
Daata Editions and Artspace are delighted to announce the offer of a new co-commissioned video work by Keren Cytter as a downloadable collectible edition, free of charge. The video entitled ‘Terrorist of Love’ continues the New York based artist’s experimental filmmaking practice that subverts cinematic tropes, layers multiple fractured narratives, and reflexively refers to the medium. Tapping into a viral strain of humour found on Tumblr and GIF-sharing sites, the video is as chuckle-worthy as it is contemplative. Using a fixed 4K camera, Cytter shot the video in one take, before devising an unconventional music video format in post-production using key framing, meme-like imagery, and an original soundtrack—an unprecedented approach to video-making in any genre.

 

Lindsay Howard a text for Daata Editions
Curator Lindsay Howard will contribute in the Foreword section of Daata Editions, presenting a text on the platform and the new artworks release. The text will become available to read online together with the launch of the new artworks during Frieze London. https://daata-editions.com/info/foreword

 

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Daata Editions at Cultural Traffic
A New Print Publishing Arts Fair

CULTURAL TRAFFIC is launched by editor, designer and collector Toby Mott who says: “CULTURAL TRAFFIC is a fascinating window into the flourishing post-digital zine scene”.
Daata will screen works by: Keren Cytter, Ed Fornieles, Ariana Reines, Daniel Swan, Artie Vierkant / New Contemporaries selects Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Abri de Swardt (all released at Frieze London) / Larry Achiampong, Casey Jane Ellison, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Saya Woolfalk / Gutter Records has selected Jake Chapman, Graham Dolphin, Joachim Koester & Stefan A. Pedersen (all released at EXPO Chicago)

CULTURAL TRAFFIC: Friday/Saturday 7–8th October 2016.
Juju’s Bar & Stage, Old Truman Brewery, Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
For further info contact: culturaltraffic@gmail.com
http://www.culturaltraffic.com
New Curated section on Daata Editions website
We are excited to announce the launch of a new section on the website, titled ‘Curated’ through which Daata Editions will invite guest curators to introduce new artists’ works on the website. The curators will be asked to make a selection of Daata Editions artworks as well as present works by other artists, in a way that facilitates the artistic conversation and creates a dialogue between the platform and various contemporary art practices.

Our inaugural curator is Katherine Finerty, who presents works by Daata Editions artists Tameka Norris and Rashaad Newsome, alongside a video artwork by Phoebe Boswell. All of these works address interrogating identity politics through a digital confessional portrait of sorts, employing sound, communication and voice (from inflection and cadence to signification and representation) to challenge stereotypes, double consciousness, and modes of self expression / storytelling. The Curated section launched online during EXPO Chicago, September 22 – 25.

EXPO Chicago
Daata Editions participated at EXPO CHICAGO, the International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, September 22 – 25 presenting newly commissioned artworks by Daata Editions artists: Larry Achiampong, Casey Jane Ellison, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Saya Woolfalk.
In addition, Daata Editions has commissioned Gutter Records, a record store and label for music made by artists based at David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, to select artists for the Daata Editions website. Gutter Records has selected Jake Chapman, Graham Dolphin, Joachim Koester & Stefan A. Pedersen, whose works for the platform were also presented during the fair.

The newly launched artworks were joined by other recently released artists on Daata, including: Sofie Alsbo, Thora Dolven Balke, Tracey Emin, Michael Manning, Rashaad Newsome (sound works), Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings, Jacolby Satterwhite, John Skoog, Katie Torn and bitforms gallery selects Sara Ludy, Jonathan Monaghan and Quayola.

 

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Saya Woolfalk – Colour Mixing Machine

POSTmatter Collaboration
We are excited to announce our collaboration with the digital publication POSTmatter and the file sharing online platform WeTransfer, for the launch of Saya Woolfalk’s commission for Daata Editions, collectively titled ‘Color Mixing Machine’.

Saya Woolfalk’s works went online at Daata Editions on Thursday 8 September to coincide with the launch of a custom-made wallpaper created by the artist and presented by Daata Editions and POSTmatter on WeTransfer. In addition, POSTmatter presented an interview with the artist, focusing on her practice, which spans from performance to digital practices, and the Emphatics, her fictional future female species.

Saya Woolfalk’s ‘Color Mixing Machine’ series formed part of Daata Editions presentation at EXPO Chicago, September 22 – 25, with a solo screen installation in the main fair. In addition, POSTmatter will present the works in the launching party of its redesigned site and first online issue ‘New Mythologies’ in London on September 29th at Second Home London Fields.

Saya Woolfalk’s works on Daata Editions:
http://daata-editions.com

Saya Woolfalk POSTmatter interview:
http://postmatter.com

There is Much More Exciting News, Announcements & Adventures coming very soon …

Daata Editions at Cultural Traffic

In Art Basel, Cultural Traffic, culturaltraffic, Daata, Daata Editions, daataeditions, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, Toby Mott, Truman Brewery, Uncategorized on 30/09/2016 at 11:18 pm

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Daata Editions at Cultural Traffic
A New Print Publishing Arts Fair

CULTURAL TRAFFIC

Friday/Saturday 7–8th October 2016.
Juju’s Bar & Stage, Old Truman Brewery, Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
For further info contact: culturaltraffic@gmail.com
http://www.culturaltraffic.com

CULTURAL TRAFFIC is launched by editor, designer and collector Toby Mott who says: “CULTURAL TRAFFIC is a fascinating window into the flourishing post-digital zine scene”.
Daata Editions will screen works by: Keren Cytter, Ed Fornieles, Ariana Reines, Daniel Swan, Artie Vierkant / New Contemporaries selects Melanie Eckersley, Hannah Ford, Jasmine Johnson, Scott Lyman, Scott Mason, Abri de Swardt (all released at Frieze London) / Larry Achiampong, Casey Jane Ellison, Rashaad Newsome, Tameka Norris, Saya Woolfalk / Gutter Records has selected Jake Chapman, Graham Dolphin, Joachim Koester & Stefan A. Pedersen (all released at EXPO Chicago).

More info

Juju’s Presents: CULTURAL TRAFFIC
A New Print Publishing Arts Fair
The UK’s first annual fair for dealers in counter culture and independent producers to trade books, zines, prints, catalogues, vinyls and tapes in both current and obsolete format. CULTURAL TRAFFIC will take place on Friday/Saturday 7–8th October during the weekend of Frieze Art Fair October, 2016.
By bringing together pioneering contemporary publishing with vintage counter culture and out-of-print material, CULTURAL TRAFFIC paves an express connection between yesterdays’ cultural artefacts and the latent collectables of tomorrow.

Open and free for all to visit CULTURAL TRAFFIC offers the public an opportunity to engage in the past, present, and future of counter culture at an affordable level, while offering vendors an opportunity to capitalise on the amplified busy climate created by Frieze Art Week.

CULTURAL TRAFFIC is a broad, vivid experience away from the mainstream offering something for everyone including food, drink and evening entertainment. It is a market for the culturally inquisitive as well as showcasing a unique perspective on counter cultures pre-internet roots.

Juju’s Bar & Stage is situated in London’s Old Truman Brewery, Shoreditch. The Truman’s Brewery will also be hosting two other fairs, Moniker Art Fair and The Other Art Fair, creating a showcase of independent and established talent in one location. This exciting spectacle will attract 20,000 plus visitors, forming one of the major satellite events of London’s Art Week.

CULTURAL TRAFFIC is launched by editor, designer and collector Toby Mott who says: “CULTURAL TRAFFIC is a fascinating window into the flourishing post-digital zine scene.”

Mott’s expansive collection of punk ephemera, The Mott Collection has been exhibited widely and his most recent publications are: Oh So Pretty: Punk in Print 1976-80, Phaidon. Showboat: Punk/Sex/Bodies, Dashwood Books and Skinhead: An Archive, Ditto Press.

Links

https://frieze.com/article/reading-room-frieze-london-2016

https://daata-editions.com/artists

http://fadmagazine.com/2016/09/29/daata-editions/

http://thembsgroup.co.uk/internal/art-meets-tech-the-democratisation-of-art/

http://www.artspace.com/

Daata at NADA

In bitforms, Daata, Daata Editions, daataeditions, David Gryn, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jonathan Monaghan, Katie Torn, Michael Manning, New Art Dealers, New York, NewArtDealers, Quayola, Rashaad Newsome, Sara Ludy, Tracey Emin, Uncategorized on 01/05/2016 at 2:17 pm

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Daata Editions at NADA New York 2016

Daata Editions will launch Season Two with works by artists: Tracey Emin, Michael Manning, Rashaad Newsome, Jacolby Satterwhite, Katie Torn and bitforms gallery selected artists: Sara Ludy, Jonathan Monaghan, Quayola.

NADA New York
Opening Preview by Invitation:
Thursday, May 5, 12–4pm

Open to the Public:
Thursday, May 5, 4–8pm
Friday May 6, 11am–7pm
Saturday May 7, 11am–7pm
Sunday May 8, 11am–5pm

More info:
newartdealers.org

Artpsace preview

 

 

Daata Editions 3rd Artwork Released on 12 Oct

In Artprojx, Charles Richardson, Daata, Daata Editions, David Gryn, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, Jon Rafman, Salon 94, Sound, Takeshi Murata, Video, Web on 28/09/2015 at 2:00 pm
Takeshi Murata, Plant Whisperer (2015). Courtesy the artist and Daata Editions.

Takeshi Murata, Plant Whisperer (2015). Courtesy the artist and Daata Editions.

Daata Editions, the online platform for the sale of commissioned artist video, sound and web editions, is pleased to announce the third artwork release for Season One. The artworks will be available at http://daata-editions.com from 5pm on Monday 12 October with a special release event at the Daata Editions Lounge at the Zabludowicz Collection. The release coincides with the Jon Rafman and Charles Richardson shows opening at the Zabludowicz Collection.

Daata Editions was developed to enable audiences to view contemporary artists who are working in digital mediums, showing artworks made for, and therefore best viewable on, laptops, iPads, iPhones, screens and even cinemas. This new and innovative way to collect art is designed specifically to be a native platform to a new generation of artists who work with moving image and sound, and to empower artists, audiences and the marketplace in an area of artistic practice that remains underrepresented within traditional art market models.

For Season One, Daata Editions has commissioned 18 artists to create six new artworks each in editions of 20, with 15 going on sale to the public via the website and five others automatically put aside for philanthropy. All artworks last no longer than approximately three minutes and are made in ways that challenge traditional modes of exhibition, reception and, therefore, of collecting as well. Daata Editions artists commissioned for the Season One are: Ilit Azoulay, Helen Benigson, David Blandy, Matt Copson, Ed Fornieles, Leo Gabin, Daniel Keller & Martti Kalliala, Lina Lapelyte, Rachel Maclean, Florian Meisenberg, Takeshi Murata, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman, Charles Richardson, Amalia Ulman, Stephen Vitiello, Chloe Wise.

David Gryn, Director of Daata Editions, said: “It is important that while we continue to find new artists whose work pushes the definition of contemporary art, we also develop formats through which such work can be best accessed and understood. We also need far more competition from similar platforms that commission, show and sell digitally made art online to empower artists, audiences and the marketplace alike.”

In addition to the commissions available for purchase, all subscribers to the platform receive a free Jon Rafman artwork, made specifically for Daata Editions.

To watch the trailer for the third artwork release, please click here.

Event

Daata Editions 3rd Artwork Release Launch
Monday 12 October, 5 – 6pm
Daata Editions Lounge @ the Zabludowicz Collection
176 Prince of Wales Road
London NW5 3PT
RSVP to hannah@suttonpr.com

Artworks in Daata Editions 3rd Release (Season One)

Video
Ed Fornieles – Climbing
Leo Gabin – Ain’t Gon Do It
Daniel Keller & Martti Kalliala – Exitscape 3
Florian Meisenberg – hihihihihihihihih
Takeshi Murata – Plant Whisperer
Amalia Ulman – White Flag Emoji 3

Sound
Ilit Azoulay – Object #3
Matt Copson – Booty Call
Leo Gabin – Aliens
Lina Lapelyte – Hunky Bluff Act 3
Hannah Perry – sick off smoke
Stephen Vitiello – In The Woods (after Tana French)

Web
Helen Benigson – Cluck, Cluck, Cluck 3
David Blandy – Mist
Rachel Maclean – Let It Go Part 3
Hannah Perry – the worse you feel the better I look
Charles Richardson – Extra
Chloe Wise – should i add an emoji

(All works are 2015)

Press Information

Hannah Gompertz, SUTTON
+44 (0)207 813 3577 | hannah@suttonpr.com

Daata Editions Launches Online Today

In artnet, Artnewspaper, Artprojx, Artspace, Bowery, Daata Editions, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, makingitrain, NADA, New Art Dealers, New York, ratio3 on 14/05/2015 at 2:15 pm
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Still: Om Making it rain by Takeshi Murata 2015

Daata Editions

Artists video, sound and web

Launches online today at 3pm

May 14, 2015

NADA NEW YORK

www.daata-editions.com

Daata Editions Season One artists:

Ilit Azoulay, Helen Benigson, David Blandy, Matt Copson, Ed Fornieles, Leo Gabin, Daniel Keller & Martti Kalliala, Lina Lapelyte, Rachel Maclean, Florian Meisenberg, Takeshi Murata, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman, Charles Richardson, Amalia Ulman, Stephen Vitiello, and Chloe Wise.

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Artnews

W Magazine

See:

The Digital Revolutionaries – The Shiboogi Version

Salon 94 Bowery – Video Wall 

www.daata-editions.com

Daata Editions on Artspace

Daata Editions Season 1 Trailer

In ABMB, Art Fair, Artprojx, Daata Editions, David Gryn, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, NADA, New York, Sound, Video, Web, Youtube on 24/04/2015 at 11:41 am

Daata Editions

Artists video, sound and web

Launching May 14, 2015

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Artists: Ilit Azoulay, Helen Benigson, David Blandy, Matt Copson, Ed Fornieles, Leo Gabin, Daniel Keller & Martti Kalliala, Lina Lapelyte, Rachel Maclean, Florian Meisenberg, Takeshi Murata, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman, Charles Richardson, Amalia Ulman, Stephen Vitiello, Chloe Wise

Communion by Nina Danino and Art, Cinema and the Soul

In Art, Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, Arts Council, Barbara Monteiro, Billy Williams, Cinema, Communion, David Gryn, Ewan King, Film, Frieze, Frieze Art Fair, GalleriesNow, Gilda Williams, Hampstead, Heath Street, Heath Street Baptist Church, London, Nina Danino, Sarah Cooper, Screenings, Video on 16/10/2013 at 8:16 am
Communion by Nina Danino

“As a truly sublime respite and brief pause to the hurly-burly overwhelmingness of the brilliant Frieze Art Fair week, pop into see Communion by Nina Danino.”

Artprojx Cinema presents

COMMUNION, 35mm, 10 mins (2010)

by

Nina Danino

a film installation at:

Heath Street Baptist Church,

84 Heath Street, Hampstead,

London NW3 1DN

12-23 October 2013

Screening time 12 noon – 6pm (except Sundays 1- 6pm)

Communion by Nina Danino is a portrait of a young girl filmed by cinematographer Billy Williams BSC, creating a silent, translucent image, which draws on the paradox between beauty as iconic, secular glamour and as religious interiority.

Thursday 22 October 6.30-8pm:

“Art, Cinema and the Soul” a discussion including Nina Danino (artist), Sarah Cooper (writer, lecturer), Ewan King (Minister of Heath Street Baptist Church), Gilda Williams (curator, art writer and critic). Heath Street Baptist Church, London. Followed by drinks.

Supported using public funding by the Arts Council England.

Transport to Heath Street Baptist Church:

Underground: Northern Line (Edgware Branch) to Hampstead.

Bus Routes:  N5, 603, 268, 46

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For more information on this project contact:

David Gryn, Artprojx

david@artprojx.com 

+447711127848 

http://www.artprojx.com

https://davidgryn.wordpress.com

www.GalleriesNow.com

Curatorial Assistant: Barbara Monteiro