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Digital renaissance: How Covid-19 has rebooted technology’s role in the arts

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With Covid-19 deterring visitors from attending galleries, museums and art fairs, institutions are having to think about how to ensure safe access to their collections, without detracting from the visitor experience.

Fieldfisher spoke to two industry experts: Bernadine Brocker Wieder, founder and CEO of Vastari – an online platform connecting private collectors of art, exhibition producers, venues and museums for exhibition loans and tours – and Joris Demnard, founder and CEO of Ikonospace – a provider of solutions for art institutions to use 3D and virtual reality tools for exhibition design and marketing – about the opportunities and obstacles of investing in new technology.

Fieldfisher's paper "Digital renaissance: How Covid-19 has rebooted technology’s role in the arts" offers their professional perspectives on how the arts and heritage industry as a whole is using technology to prepare for the future post-Covid-19.

It also provides practical insights from Fieldfisher's specialist technology, privacy and outsourcing team, on the legal issues organisations should consider when combining arts and culture with technologies such as virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR).

For more information, please download the paper: 

Digital renaissance: How Covid-19 has rebooted technology’s role in the arts
 

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