Each week, host Gabriel Barcia-Colombo speaks with a new artist, curator, technologist, AI, collector, innovator, about the ever-changing relationship between art and tech.
Ethan met with COO Elisabeth Mouchy of Daylighted to learn how this fellow San Francisco startup is combining art and tech. Driven by the principle that art should be everywhere, Daylighted created SmartGallery, a technology that uses a screen that rotates selected artworks from an unlimited and ever-evolving gallery drawn from Daylighted’s partnerships with galleries and other art platforms.
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Daylighted is an online fine art gallery founded in 2013 by Elisabeth Mouchy and Alex Cammarano and headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Driven by the principle that art should be everywhere, Daylighted created SmartGallery, a technology that uses a screen that rotates selected artworks from an unlimited and ever-evolving gallery. The artwork is pulled from partnerships with galleries, museums, local artists, and other areas of the art ecosystem.
Find out more on Daylighted’s website and on Twitter @BeDaylighted.
-About Elisabeth Mouchy-
Daylighted Cofounder and COO Elisabeth Mouchy holds a Master of Science from ESSEC in her native France. With a focus on design and experience with international marketing and web strategy, Elisabeth seeks to bring art into people’s everyday worlds by blending it with cutting-edge technology.
Follow Elisabeth on Twitter @emouchy.
- About Vango Studio -
Vango Studio makes the entrepreneurial side of being an artist easy and efficient, saving artists an average of 4 hours per week. In addition to powering artists with an award winning marketplace, we offer artists the ability to create their own website with little to no maintenance, distribute work across platforms, and access detailed insights about their collectors and what is selling across platforms.
Follow Vango on Instagram @vango and @art, and visit www.vangoart.co .