PHOTOS: On the scene at WeWork’s art and tech panel

Event, during Miami Art Week, also included launch of a virtual reality experience

Dec.December 04, 2015 11:15 AM

WeWork Miami Beach has joined in on Miami Art Week, hosting a collaborative art and technology panel on Wednesday.

The Experimental Artist Collaborative Panel covered the state of art and technology and introduced a virtual reality experience called Light Spirit, developed by FriendsWithYou and New Tropics. Eric Shiner of the Warhol Museum moderated the discussion, which featured panelists Jen Stark, Devin Troy Strother, Robert Lazzarini and Seth Cameron, according to a press release.

Art and real estate are converging on Miami Beach this week, anchored by Art Basel, Design Miami and Art Miami. Art week has spread to areas such as Wynwood, where the Wynwood Walls welcomed 14 new murals and installations, and to Brickell City Centre, where Swire Properties hosted a champagne bash to showcase the newly finished Climate Ribbon.

WeWork Miami Beach, at 350 Lincoln Road, opened in July. The shared office space company is also expanding to downtown Miami in the spring. – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz

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