ABSTRACT. The study explores the evolution and impact of technology on replication in art throughout history and provides projections for the future of this field. From the earliest ancient techniques of replication to contemporary digital technologies and virtual reality, technology has transformed the way artworks are created, distributed, and perceived. Future cultural and artistic implications include increased diversity in artistic expression, interactive participation, reshaping the art market, ethical debates related to authenticity, and new avenues for learning and cultural exploration. However, there are challenges related to preserving authenticity and ongoing regulation. The study shows that technology will continue to redefine the artistic and cultural landscape, highlighting the complexity of this ongoing evolution.

Keywords: replication; technology; information; communication; authenticity; facsimile

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Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Faculty of Orthodox Theology;
Iaşi, Romania

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