Holy David announces Simulacrum Curated Previews

The online viewing room of the future, Simulacrum, was announced in early 2021. Today, Holy David officially announced the start of construction.


IITALY, 15 JULY 2022 - Simulacrum, the online viewing room of the future of Holy David, will be made available for initial previews with exclusive and selected guests starting from the end of 2021. The previews will take place within the Curated Beta, a version of the stable software that will allow you to collect feedback on use before final opening.

In the Curated Beta of Simulacrum collectors and collectors will be in direct contact and vision with the works of Holy David and will be able to observe them in two precise and clear zoom modes.

“It will be an unprecedented experience. It will be a viewing room like never before. Elegant, refined and with a phenomenal focus on my paintings and on the visitor's maximum privacy and discretion "

Cloud and web technologies and accessibility from any device

"When you look for online art platforms, you find a thousand of them and the term online viewing room always pops up. Gagosian, David Zwirner, Art Basel - they all offer their viewing rooms. " And now Holy David has his own too.

Simulacrum is a viewing room custom built by Holy David himself, with web technologies and highly perforating technological framweork capable of guaranteeing great performances. In this way, the works flow pleasantly one after the other and zooming in to see a detail happens in the blink of an eye.

Cloud and web technologies allow all invited people to access Simulacrum with any device anywhere in the world. The careful design studies allow you to enjoy a very high quality viewing experience on any type of screen. From mobile phones to maxi screens

"Whether guests are traveling, by the pool or in their living room, Simulacrum allows them to take a moment apart with the works of pure intimacy as soon as the need arises"

New privacy and security standards for online viewing rooms

By developing a platform on its own, Holy David guarantees anonymity and privacy at the highest level. Simulacrum is the first online viewing room that does not use personal data for the access of its guests.

Account, password and identification data are not required. To access, simply use the unique codes that Holy David himself generates: the Golden Sections.

The Golden Sections are the access keys to the Simulacrum online viewing room and are highly randomized 128-bit strings of letters. Each Golden Section is unique in its kind.

There is a possibility in a trillion of having two identical keys and each key is given for use only and exclusively to the guests that Holy David personally selects from art galleries, collectors, artists, journalists and art consultants.

The Golden Sections of Simulacrum do not contain any personally identifiable data. Guests and guests can view Holy David's works in their highly private and personal space on Simulacrum, with the peace of mind that their personal data is not only safe, but not even used.

Design with attention to every detail

Together with technologies of the future, Simulacrum is designed with the utmost attention to every detail. The entire web page is transformed and becomes a sanctuary. The paintings are in the center, they shine with their own light. And the buttons blend with the atmosphere, becoming a natural component of the landscape.

Thanks to the high performance and optimized for each type of device, moving around Simulacrum is an experience like never before in an online viewing room.

About Holy David

Holy David is the Italian contemporary artist that will introduce Computational Art to the world on 2022. He built Simulacrum, the new frontier for online viewing rooms, and he introduced a new way of living art where privacy and the environment are constantly respected and elevated.Holy David has never shown himself to the public and his identity is jealously kept hidden and never shared. Born on 1996, Holy David makes art since he was 15 and lives with technology since 18. When he turned 24 he had a revelation and understood that the art of the future is the kind of art where the human being and technology empower each others instead of competing with each others.