WeTalk — Art and The Digital Age

At Art Basel in Miami, Ondi Timoner speaks with artists, architects, curators, and filmmakers who are embracing the fusion of technology and art.

WeTalk, the show dedicated to presenting the powerful women of our world, touched down in Miami for Art Basel to discuss how women and technology are shaping the arts and pushing towards the future! The digital world is expanding and transforming creativity in a way humanity has never experienced before. The digital age has welcomed both the reimagining of prior art forms and the creation of completely new mediums. These women push the boundaries of art as we know it, creating everything from augmented reality on the streets to high-fashion animal rescue photoshoots for Instagram. Join as these revolutionary artists share their insights!

In this episode, WeTalk‘s host, filmmaker, and entrepreneur, Ondi Timoner, welcomes special guests include Alison Chernick, director of the Grammy-nominated documentary Itzhak; Felice Grodin, architectural architect and designer of PAMM’s Invasive Species exhibition; Eva Wittels, philanthropist creator of Project Fashion Tails.

Watch as they dive into an eye-opening discussion about the opportunities and the challenges the digital age has presented the art world through the work of three incredible artists.

Producer/director Ondi Timoner has the rare distinction of winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival twice. Her 2004 doc, Dig!, explores the star-crossed rivalry of the Dandy Warhols and the Brian Jonestown Massacre, while her 2009 top prize-winner, We Live in Public, examines privacy in the virtual age through Internet visionary Josh Harris’ social experiments. Her company A Total Disruption releases weekly short docs about thought leaders and doers who are transforming our lives through technology.