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    04 NOVEMBER 2022
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    The First Digital Art Week Lands in London

    The British capital is manifesting pure high-tech advancements in the name of Creativity. London is keeping up on the cutting edge of innovation, with venues that transcend visitors in the immersive realms of digital visionaries breaking through the screens in a 360 POV.

    From the 3rd to the 10th of November, with a unique array of 40 of the biggest names in the global digital art world, and a series of immersive events, panels, talks and installations, the first Digital Art Week will be the protagonist of the Capital’s most exciting venues pledging to bring “digital art to the masses through a week of awe-inspiring displays”

    RED-EYE experienced the first Digital Art Week opening event taking place in the multisensorial realms of W1 cutates in Soho, London.  We dived in the otherworld of one of the most regarded digital art collections named “Disruption” curated and collected by  NFT pioneers 33NFT & The Medici Collection. The two powerhouses linked arms to showcase the grails of the crypto and digital art movement in a 360 environment that blurs the lines between physical and digital.

    To elevate the experience were the voices of real endorsers of the Web 3 multiverse. Our senses were amplified by talks unfolding the unknown on What does Web 3 mean for music marketing, followed by a Fire Chat and Live recording for The Metaverse Podcast. To join the live IRL were names of the likes of Jamie Burke, CEO of Outlier Ventures, Tina Ziegler, founder of Avata, and artist Trevor Jones who all raised a light of inspiration towards an open and creative metaverse.

    Shaina Silva, co-founder of Digital Art Week, said, “We’re very pleased with what we achieved – not only because this is only our launch edition, spanning such a diverse spread of cutting-edge creative talent, but also because there is a real sense of excitement and optimism about digital art and immersive ‘phygital’ experiences as a whole, seeing innovative artworks and connecting with our peers in person.”

    Discover the full event list below:

    Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th November (W1 Curates): immersive display for some of

    the world's most valuable digital art curated by 33NFT and Cozomo de’ Medici.

    Friday 4th November (Secret Location): A community party with well-known DJs,

    sponsor cocktails, art displays, and networking (hosted by NFTUK, the community of

    art, technology, and culture in the UK’s Web3 community).

    Sunday 6th November (Outernet): Digital Art Week & Smashtoshi present ‘Artists To

    Watch’, showcasing new and exciting talent alongside some of the biggest names in

    the space.

    Tuesday 8th - Verse (Cromwell Place)

    About The Venues

    W1 Curates on Oxford Street uses state-of-the-art technology to exhibit the best art

    with digital prowess and unmissable innovation. This space will feature 33NFT and

    Cozomo de' Medici's world famous collections across giant bespoke LED panels with

    an 8K resolution.

    Outernet also boasts an interactive 8k screen surface accompanied by directional

    sound and atomised scent capabilities which helps it bring together the best

    content and latest immersive technology to create new experiences for music, arts,

    culture and creators.