With the birth of the web 30 years ago, we have seen an explosion of new ways of creating, disseminating and experiencing art.

Emerging mediums such as augmented and virtual realities, 3D printing and artificial intelligence allow artists to create in novel and innovative ways. Traditional industries like publishing or music have been disrupted by new means of distribution like self-publishing or downloading, at the same time as the web has allowed streaming and subscription services like Spotify, Netflix and Audible to flourish.

How has technology changed our relationship to culture? And what might the next 30 years hold for the creative industries?