Christie's, in collaboration with Christie's Education, is delighted to present Art+Tech: Mixed Reality in Hong Kong this November. The third instalment of the global summit and the first in Asia, follows the successful discussions on blockchain in London and on A.I in New York.
The one-day conference will explore the role and impact of immersive experiences through augmented, virtual and mixed realities in every aspect of contemporary living. Christie’s is also the first auction house in Asia to incorporate AR and VR technologies into exhibitions.
Our programme of lectures, talks and panel discussions will bring together innovators and artists who adopt these digital tools in their practice; creatives and industry entrepreneurs who design digital platforms to enhance the display, connoisseurship and collecting in today’s global art market; and disrupters who continue to push the boundaries of our different realities. The continued influences of blockchain and artificial intelligence will be revisited.
We look forward to welcoming you to Art+Tech: Mixed Reality on 21 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Book in advance for discounted tickets.
November 21 (Thursday), 2019
Summit: 10:30am - 5:30pm
Followed by Christie’s Lates, 6 - 9pm
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
No. 1 Expo Drive
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Christie's is pleased to present globally recognised thought leaders and innovators for a discussion on the disruptive power of technology as applied to arts and culture.
Stay tuned for more updates, with more speakers to come
As the first auction house to register a sale on a blockchain platform in 2018, Christie’s has maintained its position at the forefront of innovation in the art world. The Art+Tech Summit at Christie’s, an one-day conference, is part of an ongoing initiative to spark dialogue about the role and potential impact of emerging technologies in the art world.
The Art + Tech Summit: The A.I. Revolution at Christie's New York on 25 June explores the impact of artificial intelligence in art
We speak to Martha Fiennes and Salma Hayek Pinault about Yugen, their groundbreaking A.I.-driven moving image artwork