As we eagerly await the ArtTech Forum and the final selection of the ArtTech Prize winner, we want to take a moment to recognize and celebrate the ingenuity of all the startups that applied for this year’s competition. The ArtTech Prize aims to honor the ventures that are pushing the boundaries of art and technology, and we are thrilled to present the 22 remarkable startups that, although not nominated, have impressed us with their creativity and dedication to transforming the art industry.
Without further ado, here are the 22 innovative ArtTech startups that have showcased their pioneering work:
AerariumChain – Italy
Artelize – Denmark
Artfundi – South Africa
Artsted – United Kingdom
ARTƎCONOMY® – Switzerland
Chrones – Italy
Coeli Platform – Spain
Comic 30 – USA
Decentralised Art Network – Switzerland
exhibited.at – USA
Exiland – Germany
GENIE CULTUREL SARL – Switzerland
Matchspace Music – Switzerland
Pangar Studio – France
Sensistan space – India
SUPER HOW ART – Lithuania
The Second Life of Architecture – Portugal
The Silver Passport – Peru
The White Glove – Switzerland
Time Designers – Switzerland
VooGlue Pty Ltd – Australia
WindowSight – Spain
Each of these startups has demonstrated immense potential and is making significant contributions to the fusion of art and technology. Their passion for innovation is palpable, and we encourage you to explore their work and support their journey of reshaping the art landscape.
We would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to every startup that participated in the ArtTech Prize. The dedication and hard work put forth by these visionary teams have truly impressed us, and we believe they all have a vital role in advancing the art and technology sphere.
While only eight startups were chosen as finalists, it is essential to remember that innovation is a collective effort. The ArtTech community thrives on collaboration, and each of these startups has played a crucial role in fueling the spirit of creativity and progress in our industry.
We also want to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the esteemed panel of judges, who invested their time and expertise in evaluating the submissions:
Prof. Patrick Aebischer
Their discerning insights and thoughtful evaluations have been invaluable in identifying the most promising ventures.
As we eagerly anticipate the ArtTech Forum on September 14 & 15, we invite you to join us in supporting and celebrating the startups that have worked tirelessly to merge art and technology. Your presence at the Forum is essential, as your vote will help determine the winner of the ArtTech Prize. This is your chance to shape the future of art and technology by recognizing the startup that you believe holds the potential to make a lasting impact.
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To explore the full program, please visit the Forum’s page.