The Vatican will open an NFT gallery to 'democratize art'

O Vaticano inaugurará uma galeria NFT para 'democratizar a arte'

The Vatican will open an NFT gallery, to make all art, manuscripts and other objects from the collection to the general public available. The project is a collaboration between Sensorium, a VR company, and Humanity 2.0, a non -profit organization led by the Vatican who finds it to work for the “human flowering”, according to its website.
Humanity 2.0 is presided by Father Philip Larrey, a unique presence in the Holy See. Father Larrey is the full -time logic and epistemology of the Vatican Pontifical Lateranense University, the Dean of the Department of Philosophy and author of some books on the effect of technology on modern society and the philosophical implications of artificial intelligence.

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“We Look Forward to Working with Sensorium to Exploore Ways to Democratize Art, Making It More Widiely Avilable to People Around the World Regardless of Their Socio-Economic and Geographical Limits. The Partnership with Sensorium Brings This Goal A Step Further and Equips Us with the Latest Tech Solutions. ” Father Larrey said in a statement to the print.The gallery, which can be viewed through VR and desktops, is expected to be available later this year. The Vatican is a repository of some of the best works of art and objects in the world. The Vatican Museum was founded in the 16th century and has about 800 works of art, including works by Renaissance artists, such as Michelangelo and Rafael, as well as more modern works by artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Vincent van Gogh. The Vatican press representative said NFTs will not be used to sell products or objects, although it is unclear for them to be used.
“The Nature of This Project for Humanity 2.0. is exclusible social and not commercial. Also, here NFTS Don't Necessary have to eat in a from of artworks, but can also include tickets and other objects. ”

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