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Digital Exhibition at the Vitrina Gallery at HIT February – March 2021

Mar 10, 2021

An innovative exhibition by the artist Sapir Bronzberg Levy, consisting of three-dimensional elements in a variety of colors, textures and design patterns in the gallery space, explores the art world or exhibited in museums and galleries and asks questions: Is in the art world present in a museum? Who even determines what art is? What is art worthy to be displayed in a museum? If anyone who defines himself as an artist is allowed to exhibit in a museum or gallery, will the value of the institution decrease? Will the value of art be diminished, faded away? The Instagram culture of the current era is reshaping the essence of museums and challenging the concept of art. During a digital tour of the exhibition, the visitor is invited to take a selfie with the installation via a filter on Instagram or take a screenshot in its most creative way, upload the photo as an Instagram post with #Sapir_Art, and then the photo will appear on the gallery walls. Artist Sapir Bronzberg Levy allows visitors to become artists in her exhibition and their photographs to become art hanging on the walls. Art reflects what you really are, your inner self. You can express yourself in exhibition and create your own art. The exhibition was developed by Smadar Tzuk and Ofer Getz, who lead the virtual work of Vitrina Gallery. The gallery has been copied in its entirety to the digital space with the help of photogrammetry, and in the development of WebGL, so everyone can visit the gallery and watch the changing exhibitions. This exhibition continues to promote young artists, think about how art is presented online and explore new boundary, as art is defined by the viewer – and has the ability to evoke emotion and thought in him. Artist Sapir Bronzberg Levy: “The exhibition gives everyone an equal opportunity to exhibit in the gallery, express their creativity and be one with the work of art.” “Your platform makes the art world to be socialist, when it is also an expression of a capitalist world” “Sapir reinvents the art world, with the help of the audience’s participation in the work and the announcement that anyone can be an artist” “A cool and special experience, my kids really enjoyed and learned more about art” “From Instagram to the museum, the exhibition raises important questions, do Instagram galleries challenge museums? Does the amount of likes more important than the status of a museum exhibit? Who is the artist in 2021 and by whom is it defined? Sapir Bronzberg Levy, visual artist, experience creator, photographer and graphic designer. Sapir has exhibited since 2012. Sapir uses virtual reality / augmented reality technologies to create immersive – in-depth – real experiences. Visitors to Sapir’s exhibitions had become one with art. The visitor takes part in the exhibition and revives the art with the help of his statement, his place in the work. “There is no work of art without an audience.”   The main topics that the artist Sapir talks about in her works are the impact of social networks (or media) on the current generation, how is the new generation different from the old (or previous) generations? How much have social apps influenced the current behavioral norm? Art is meant to influence society and a way of expressing ourselves. But is art influenced by the amount of likes, comments and exposure on Instagram, in the age of social media? With the help of immersive experiences Sapir grants the visitor an opportunity to remember the experience well and be a part of the creation and the influence. What does an artist needs to exhibit in a museum? Where is the fine line between art that enters museums and that which does not? Who defines what art is? How to participate? Anyone can do it! Walk around the gallery Post the photo on instagram and add #Sapir_Art Your photo will be displayed at the gallery soon For the exhibition that can be experienced from anywhere >> https://sapir-art.com/vitrina-sapir-exhibition For Sapir Bronzberg Levi Art website Pegasus Tech Ventures , a firm that helps corporations launch startup investment funds, announced a new partnership with Japanet today. Japanet, one of Japan’s largest television shopping companies, and Pegasus have established a $50 million venture fund to invest in startups from around the world, including for a major new development in Nagasaki. Japanet is looking for startups to support its expansion into new sectors. These include a building project called Stadium City in Nagasaki that will open in 2024. It will center around a sports stadium, and include mixed-use facilities like offices, retail stores, hotels and event venues. Japanet also plans to focus on new services for elderly people, and children’s education. Anis Uzzaman, general partner and chief executive officer of Pegasus Tech Ventures, told TechCrunch that Stadium City was created to help revitalize Nagasaki’s economy and bring new products and services, including tech, from around the world to the city. Japanet’s plan is to “both co-develop solutions with earlier-stage startups over time, as well as help later-stage startups localize and deploy in the Stadium City,” said Uzzaman. Pegasus Tech Ventures’ team will help Japanet scout startups from around the world, including North America, Israel, Europe and Asia. The firm currently has $1.5 billion assets under management and other corporations it has worked with through its “venture capital-as-a-service” program include Asus, Sega Sammy Holdings, Sunny Health, Infocom Corporation and Aisin Seiki. Pegasus Tech Ventures’ portfolio includes startups like SpaceX, 23andMe, SoFi, Bird, Color and App Annie. The Japanet fund’s typical check size for early-stage startups will range from $100,000 to $1 million USD. Later-stage startups will receive investments between $1 million to $5 million. Startups will work closely with Japanet and its corporate partners, including Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, JLL Mall Management, and MSC Cruises Japan. Dropbox announced today that it plans to acquire DocSend for $165 million The company helps customers share and track documents by sending a secure link instead of an attachment. “We’re announcing that we’re acquiring DocSend to help us deliver an even broader set of tools for remote work, and DocSend helps customers securely manage and share their business critical documents, backed by powerful engagement analytics,” Houston told me. When combined with the electronic signature capability of HelloSign, which Dropbox acquired in 2019 , the acquisition gives the company an end-to-end document sharing workflow it had been missing. “Dropbox, DocSend and HelloSign will be able to offer a full suite of self-serve products to help our millions of customers manage the entire critical document workflows and give more control over all aspects of that,” Houston explained. Houston and DocSend co-founder and CEO Russ Heddleston have known each for other years, and have an established relationship. In fact, Heddleston worked for Dropbox as a summer in intern in 2010. He even ran the idea for the company by Houston prior to launching in 2013, who gave it his seal of approval, and the two companies have been partners for some time. “We’ve just been following the thread of external sending, which has just kind of evolved and opened up into all these different workflows. And it’s just really interesting that by just being laser focused on that we’ve been able to create a really differentiated product that users love a ton,” Heddleston said. Those workflows include creative, sales, client services or startups using DocSend to deliver proposals or pitch decks and track engagement. In fact, among the earliest use cases for the company was helping startups track engagement with their pitch decks at VC firms. The company raised a modest amount of the money along the way, just $15.3 million, according to Crunchbase, but Heddleston says that he wanted to build a company that was self-sufficient and raising more VC dollars was never a priority or necessity. “We had [VCs] chase us to give us more money all the time, and what we would tell our employees is that we don’t keep count based on money raised or headcount. It’s just about building a great company,” he said. That builder’s attitude was one of the things that attracted Houston to the company. “We’re big believers in the model of product growth and capital efficiency, and building really intuitive products that are viral, and that’s a lot of what what attracted us to DocSend,” Houston said. While DocSend has 17,000 customers, Houston says the acquisition gives the company the opportunity to get in front of a much larger customer base as part of Dropbox. It’s worth noting that Box offers a similar secure document sharing capability enabling users to share a link instead of using an attachment. It recently bought e-signature startup SignRequest for $55 million with an eye toward building more complex document workflows similar to what Dropbox now has with HelloSign and DocSend. PandaDoc is another competitor in this space. Both Dropbox and SendDoc participated in the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield with Houston debuting Dropbox in 2008 at the TechCrunch 50, the original name of the event. Meanwhile, DocSend participated in 2014 at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York City. DocSend’s approximately 50 employees will be joining Dropbox when the deal closes, which should happen soon, subject to standard regulatory oversight.

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