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Digital Canvas 

Wednesday, Jan 1 2014

Spoke Art and Zach Tutor, curator of the wildly popular art blog Supersonic Electronic, host the third annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational art show. The exhibit boasts a lineup of 41 of the best new contemporary artists from around the globe. Tutor's website has become a space for artists to see and be seen, but he still values the traditional gallery experience. Tudor tells us, "The gallery is still the most important space for an artist, and these artist's works, which are mostly viewed on screens around the world, are given, in a sense, a physical blog post." And although the digital realm is his area of expertise, Tudor says it's still vital to view artwork in person. "For me, there is much beauty in seeing an artist's work from the distance of a screen and finally having the chance to view it in person. It's like knowing of a treasure's existence, following the map, and then digging it up — basking in the light of the gold."

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