The Artclone Review covers the world of art, culture, and 3-D printed clones. It was founded by Barbara Dal Corso as an online resource to:
- Learn about next practices in artcloning and next-generation 3-D printing technologies as they apply to sculptural works of art
- Interview museum directors, curators, designers, and other thought-leaders on the future of artclones
- Examine and understand the specific factors that make artclones a gamechanger in cultural regeneration
- Develop recommendations for innovative practices in Museum Experience Design
- Foster discussion of lessons learned
- Analyze and comment on industry-shaping news on artclones and cultural heritage
- Create a framework for measuring the “artclone effect”on institutions and the public
- Explore ideas and concepts at the intersection for art, history and technology
Barbara Dal Corso is a media-executive, television producer, and cultural event orchestrator with deep experience in the arts. Her understanding of cultural rights management led to the founding of artficial with co-founder Giorgio Gori.
Artficial is the world’s first rights-based technological platform for the digitization, distribution, and archival of the cultural heritage of humanity – specifically sculptural works of art – and their production in artclones™ with high-quality 3D printing technologies.
As CEO, Dal Corso is responsible for artificial’s strategic and artistic direction, market development, creative and licensing partnerships, and the development and promotion of the artificial brand experience.
In 2008, in collaboration with the Municipality of Rome, she produced and developed the first video guide of the City of Rome on Apple and Sony PSP platforms.
Previously, as a television producer she developed and launched a series of television programs for Rai, Mediaset, and TMC networks, with numerous awards including a Golden Telegatto for Art in Television for the program “Grandi Mostre Live” (Rai 1). She was also the producer and author of “Arthea: the new language of Art” – 52 episodes on Rai 3, in collaboration with FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano).
Dal Corso also created and produced numerous major cultural events: from 1993 to 2000-Partita del Cuore, Italian National Singers; from 1996 to 2000 concert events by Luciano Pavarotti; 1995 – Celebration at the Sala Nervi in the Vatican of the commemorative concert event for the 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki