LuYang Interactive Hearse, the Daata Editions Commission powered by Artune -
a collaboration with PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai - releasing as a Free Download on daata-editions.com on Sept 5.
PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai has announced the launch of the Daata Editions Commission powered by Artune, The Social Platform for a Global Art Community, at the fourth edition of the fair.
This year’s commission will be created by contemporary Chinese artist, Lu Yang. The new work, 'Lu Yang Interactive Hearse' will be premiered at the fair and available on the Daata Editions website as a Free Download, in response to a flourishing interest from the Asian Art Market to engage with the digital medium.
Lu Yang (born 1984, Shanghai) is a contemporary artist whose groundbreaking multimedia works explore themes such as neuroscience, mortality and religion. Yang’s work “Moving Gods” (2015) was featured in the China Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Lu Yang is represented by Societe, Berlin
Daata Editions commissions video, sound, poetry and web art, presenting and distributing the artworks online for purchase as limited-edition, digital downloads. Previous commissions include works by both international established and emerging artists including: Sue de Beer, Ed Fornieles, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman and Amalia Ulman. There are over 70 artists and almost 300 artworks on the platform.
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