The Digital Collection

Introduction[edit | edit source]

While a big part of MOMA happens offline in the studios of makers and in face-to-face engagement at pop-up galleries in real life, the Museum recognizes the importance and validity of Digital Art practice and therefore is building a collection of digital works.

The Digital Collection is being housed here on the Museum's wiki, but digital artworks are also exhibited in our Pop-up Galleries that appear on the streets and in community spaces.

A moving human figure stands in front of and between screens with patterned light projections on them.

Celebrating the First Contribution to the Collection[edit | edit source]

We are so excited to announce that Welum has contributed the first image to the Collection. Welum's participation is shows that the project is working because it is the first engagement by a wiki user unknown in real life to the founding artist!

Untitled by DiezelSun. Click on the picture to see a full size version.

Welum is curating the piece and is writing an article about it. Click here to see the article.

How to Contribute to the Collection[edit | edit source]

For the time being, if you are keen to contribute your Digital Art to MOMA please create an account and then leave a message for Loretta Monetta on her profile message board. She will get back to you and you can take it from there. Please not that the Digital Collection is about art works created using digital technology, it it not for photos of analogue artworks.

Curating the Digital Collection[edit | edit source]

We're really keen to find people to curate the collection as a whole and also to curate specific Exhibitions of Digital Art. If you are interested, please create an account (if you have not already), and then leave a message for Loretta Monetta on her profile message board.