Anne Spalter

Courtesy of Anne Spalter.

Clock at Doge's Palace

Clock at Doge's Palace
Photo by Anne Spalter.

Roman Verotsko

Roman Verotsko works, on loan from Spalter Digital, in Algorithmic Signs
Photo by Anne Spalter.

Facade of the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa

Facade of the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in San Marco during Algorithmic Signs exhibition
Photo by Anne Spalter.


Photo by Andrea Avezzu'
Courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia.

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Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa: Anne Spalter’s Venice

All this week in preparation for the 2019 Biennale Arte, we’re hearing from leading design, art, culture, and lifestyle experts on how they enjoy Venice.

“Venice remains not only one of the world’s most shockingly beautiful cities but also at the cutting edge of visual technology. Just as in the Renaissance (when artists there pioneered the mathematics and practical application of 3-D perspective, thus changing plastic space as we know it), current exhibitions and research associated with the Biennale are recognizing and pushing the boundaries of computer-generated aesthetics. We had the pleasure of working with the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa (in Piazza San Marco) during the 2017 Biennale, lending several pieces to “Algorithmic Signs,” a five-person show curated by Dr. Francesca Franco. The Biennale is also a partner in the 2021 presentation of a forward-thinking new research project about digital art documentation, which we’re very excited about.”

Anne Spalter, Artist, Collector, and Founder of the digital fine arts programs at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design


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