60 minutes
What happens to art in the Internet age? The philosophers, artists and exhibition makers in this documentary believe that endless reproduction liberates art from a muddled art market and an undemocratic exhibition circuit. Many wonder whether the urge for physical objects is really just a nostalgic fetishism. In contemporary times, taking selfies is part of the experience of visiting a museum. Digital technology has completely transformed the experience of art; #artoffline lets viewers decide what they think is good. But are we losing something if and when physical artwork disappears?


Manuel Correa


Emil Olsen


Mohammad Salemy, Julieta Aranda, Clint Burnham, Wade Davis



Awards & Festivals:

Best Norwegian Documentary and University of Bergen's Gulluglen Award Nominee, Bergen International; Rotterdam, Lo schermo dell'Arte