25th of June 2015: Review - Qualysoft presents vernissage & summer party at the Saturntower
Vienna, June 26, 2015 – More than 250 guests attended the vernissage at the premises of the IT consulting and services company Qualysoft in Saturn Tower yesterday. Among them were partners such as HP, Microsoft, Samsung and SAP or customers as Bank Austria, OMW and A1. Also the artists whose works were presented under the motto "Digitalism - Art & Innovation" in combination with the innovative art concept QualysmArt attended the event.
"With QualysmArt we combine technology and art. The integration of digital technologies and content in the visual arts has inspired interesting discussions", says Peter Oros, CEO of Qualysoft Group.
After the exhibition the guests were treated with culinary delicacies and first-class show acts high in the cloud 21 over the rooftops of Vienna.
The following artists will answere the question of the integration of digital technologies and content in art and the fusion of art and innovation in many different ways: Beran/Henz, DAQUE, Naomi Devil, Christian Foidl, M.Pálfy, Gábor A. Nagy and Ágnes Zászkaliczky.
QualysmArt – Fusion of Art and Innovation
Qualysoft combines technology and art under the brand QualysmArt. The company promotes emerging artists and organizes regular art exhibitions in the office of Qualysoft. The idea is to present works of art not only in a conventional manner, but also to project images of paintings via flat screens and tablets. Framed like paintings and placed on easels and walls, the physical and the virtual artworks meet. In this way also artwork which cannot be presented on site, can be shown to the audience. An especially by Qualysoft developed app enables to control endless equipment centrally from a PC. Images, animations and web content can be arbitrarily transported and arranged.
"We are convinced that this innovative way to present artwork will find its way to galleries, offices and even living rooms in the future.", says Peter Oros.
Picture Credits: Christoph Königsmayer, Kingsize Pictures