Digital exhibitions of contemporary and digital arts

How-to Session
Alexandre Khan, WallMuse, France

Because of highly sensitive intellectual property rights, contemporary art can rarely be shared and is noticeably absent from open online repositories over the Internet. This means that the vast majority of the wealth shown by contemporary art museums, centres, festivals and biennales can rarely be accessed.
The How To session will show a series of short case studies to illustrate how contemporary art and more recent digital arts can be shared respectfully through a Digital Rights Managament system for both artworks and their curations.
A transparent shared business model with artists, right holders and their mediators will be explained.

Bibliography:
- Press releases: https://manager.wallmuse.com/wallmuse/index.php/about/press-and-events?lang=en
- User manual: http://wallmuse.com/WallMuse%20User%20Manual.pdf
- Google Art Project mostly with public domain artworks
- Various art on line offers from galleries, museums, rarely showing contemporary art itself unless if using low resolution or watermarked images/media