PPDS has launched a competition to find works for the ‘first zero-emission’ art exhibition.
The MUSE Digital Art Award invites professional artists and art students from around the world to share their creative visions of the environmental challenges facing the world.
Artworks must be designed for presentation on a 25” Philips Tableaux 16:9 colour e-paper display and submitted by 20 October.
A panel of judges, drawn from digital art specialists, museum directors, art curators, critics and artists, will select 20 finalists, whose work will be displayed at an exhibition hosted by PPDS at an art institution in Milan, in November.
The top three, who will be determined by the judges and votes from visitors attending the exhibition collected via the MUSE Instagram page, will each receive a Philips Tableaux display. The overall winner will also receive €3,000 in cash.
Following this year’s event, which has received patronage from Italy’s National Museum of Digital Art, a carbon footprint report will be published. Italian sustainability company…