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Published on Nov 8, 2012
In the build-up to its reopening, the museum launched Rijksstudio - a groundbreaking new digital collection of 125,000 objects from the museum's collection, accessible to all for free. And to celebrate its unveiling, the museum teamed up with Wallpaper* to host a discussion on digital innovation.
Moderated by Wallpaper* editor-in-chief Tony Chambers, the Digital Innovation Think Tank tackled a range of pertinent, digitally-focused issues, including the democratisation of art in virtual realms and the boundary between reproduction and plagiarism.
With the help of Wallpaper*, the Rijksmuseum assembled a stellar panel that included video artist and designer Christian Borstlap; Taco Dibbits, director of the Rijksmuseum Collections; Renny Ramakers of Droog; Robert Norton, co-founder and CEO of s[edition]; Nicolas Roope, founder and creative director of Poke London; Robert Violette, founder of Violette Editions; and Wallpaper* creative director Sarah Douglas.
The Think Tank took place in the newly renovated Atrium of the Rijksmuseum - offering a first tantalising glimpse of the museum's new-look interior - and was followed by a reception during which Rijksstudio was officially launched.