Virtual Reality as Art Form

Edward Klaris participates in a conversation at the "Art Leaders Network" conference in Berlin to discuss the emerging challenges and opportunities of virtual reality.

As virtual reality makes deeper inroads in the film and gaming industries, the art world is also exploring and embracing the technology. How can gallerists, collectors and cultural institutions assess the emerging opportunities and challenges, and what is the market potential of VR?

KlarisIP CEO Edward Klaris participates in a conversation at the “Art Leaders Network” conference in Berlin on April 25. Presented by the New York times – Sandra Nedvetskaia, Partner, Khora Contemporary and Hilarie M. Sheets, Arts Correspondent, The New York Times also participate in this conversation.

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