New-media art has been a rapidly developing field, embracing extended reality (XR), VR and AR as well as internet-based work and generative art. The lockdown has encouraged greater audience exploration and sharing of screen-based works of art. Nevertheless, the perception remains that new-media art is difficult to display, collect and maintain. András Szántó discusses this and more in this online panel, presented as part of Art + FinTech 2.0, which aims to uncover, examine and debate the new age of digital disruption and innovation in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic.
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