Australia’s leading AV innovator, Corporate Initiatives will launch Niio’s premium digital art discovery and display platform at the upcoming FRONT conference in Sydney.
Niio is a world-leading management, distribution and display platform for premium digital artworks, bringing together a robust set of patented technology tools and a global community of leading artists, collectors, curators, galleries and museums. Setting the global standard in digital art platforms, Niio offers seamless accessibility to discover and experience the world’s finest moving image artworks, which can be displayed on any type of screen and managed from anywhere in the world.
The platform allows artists to store, preserve and self-publish their artworks across video and new media formats on Niio’s proprietary cloud storage system, Art Cloud. Customers can buy or borrow individual works or subscribe to curated collections of art, Artcasts that are securely and instantly downloaded to Niio’s commercial grade 4K Art Console Players and presented exactly as the artist intended on any type of screen or projector. Customers can manage and schedule the art on single or multiple screens across multiple locations from an easy-to-use mobile app. Niio’s innovative technology works across multiple digital formats, such as video art, AR and VR installations and interactive works.
Boasting one of the largest digital artwork catalogues in the world, Niio represents 1,200 artists, with over 32,000 limited editions from artists, galleries and art libraries across 42 countries.
Corporate Initiatives (Ci), a company best-known for large-scale LED displays and responsive workplace projects, has partnered with Niio for distribution and implementation of the digital art platform across corporate, healthcare, hospitality, and public projects. The partnership is an ideal fit for Ci, which has been supplying Australia’s leading commercial locations with premium AV solutions for many years, but lacked a premium content offering to complement the high-end screens and video walls supplied by them.
"We established Niio to make new media art accessible to a wider audience – taking art beyond the walls of galleries and delivering directly to the audience whether they are at home, at work, or in a public place," says Rob Anders, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Niio.
"By partnering with Ci, a trusted and experienced innovator, we can expose the finest digital art from around the world, across Australia – enabling impactful and engaging experiences for many people. It is very exciting,” he added.
The official launch at the FRONT conference will see the Niio platform and a selection of curated artworks being showcased to both end customers and designers and architects who will now be able to procure specific digital art for their projects throughout Australia through Ci.
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FRONT will be held 9-10 August 2018 at Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, Sydney. Corporate Initiatives will be showcasing their solutions on Stand 63.