But what Gorczynski’s camp sold isn’t a painting, or a sculpture, or even what one might consider a traditional installation. It is a digital piece of multimedia hosted on a URL, smokeinmirrors.net.
Its selling price, purportedly the first of its kind at a major international art festival, is $5,000.
“After Dark,” pictured above on the right, was created and presented on the art-sharing platform NewHive. We’ve written about NewHive before—it’s essentially a collection of webpage tools designed for creatives with big imaginations to build whatever beautiful/demented thing they’d like, the only limitation being it has to fit in the browser.