NOT BUILT IN A DAY
The digital art exhibition NOT built in a DAY opens in Rome, a curated selection of native digital works signed by some of the most influential young artists in the sector and by the masters of new media on the national and international scene. The exhibition will be hosted in Gallery Maison Bosi, owned by Fabrizio Bosi, from 25 January to 16 February in Via Margutta, a dear place to the Capitoline art scene where Bosi embraces the latest innovations in the contemporary world, establishing itself as a point of reference for the digital exploration and collecting.
The exhibition is organized in partnership with Cinello, and it offers a selection of digital artworks by Italian and international artists, which can be admired in the form of DAW® (Digital Artwork) which hosts an innovative and internationally patented technology that guarantees and certifies the uniqueness of a digital file. The artists have chosen to create DAW®s to protect their creations and the collectors from any unauthorized copies or thefts.
The displayed works could be called phygital, digitally conceived but physically exhibited. They’re accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, stored in a hardware device protected by a patented encryption system which guarantees their uniqueness, and displayed on a monitor to view them.