"The philosophy is to use VR to address some of the main problems in physical displays like museums which are about costs, scalability and revenues. Also, the experience of art is getting worse. The philosophy is to make art universally accessible."
Etienne Verbist, an authority in the field of crowd sourcing, disruptive business modelling and disruptive art, as well as a columnist for ArtDependence Magazine spoke with Sylvain Levy, Co-Founder of the dslcollection, currently one of the most interesting and diverse collections of Chinese Contemporary Art, featuring over 200 works by prominent artists such as Cao Fei, Tang Song, Ge Guanzhong, Jia Aili, and Chen Wenbo.
Sylvain discusses on how VR is part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is changing the human being and offering new modes of experiencing content that could bring about a more empathetic, informed society. He also speaks on Social Consumption, Cultural Capital, Expanding Audience Reach and Economic Values as Impacts of VR.
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