Daata Editions at ALAC

January 18, 2017

The Reader Lounge hosts Daata Editions, an online platform that commissions work from a new generation of artists

Scott Reeder, Birds, 2016

Art Los Angeles Contemporary is pleased to announce the Reader Lounge will host Daata Editions at the 2017 fair. Daata Editions commissions seasonal collections of video, sound, poetry and web-based content from a variety of artists working within multimedia and visual arts. Designed as a native online platform for a new generation of artists, Daata releases may be viewed and acquired as digital downloads, broadening the scope and accessibility of art collecting.

For Daata Editions Season Two, Daata features work by Yung Jake, Jillian Miller and Scott Reeder. In a special screening, Daata will present new artist works from the current season and other artworks from its catalogue on Sunday at 11:30am in the ALAC Theatre.

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