VICE and Intel have partnered on The Creators Project, a new platform launched today to celebrate and showcase the best of technology-enabled creativity.
The program features more than 80 artists from seven countries—including well-known creative pioneers like Stefan Sagmeister, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and UNKLE, to next gen talent like Brazil's Muti Randolph, U.S.'s Radical Friend and China's Pei Ling. All of the artists showcased share a common belief in the power of technology and its tools to push the boundaries of creativity and bring their ideas to life.
The Creators Project kicks off with the launch of a site that houses 84 original videos about creative talents around the world. The site will eventually be the home of live-stream interviews, exhibits, performances and panel discussions from The Creators Conference series, five international events bringing the participants face to face with the artists.
The first will be held in New York at Milk Studios, featuring the work and performance of talents like Takeshi Murata, Radical Friend, Mark Ronson, Interpol and N.A.S.A. The Conference will then move to London, Sao Paulo, Seoul and conclude in Beijing with a three-day finale.