As a curator for @Ello, I would focus on the innovative and experimental pieces of all the great everyday 2D and 3D motion artists. The artists' aesthetic choices of material, texture, time, and physics, add dimension and depth to their respective compositions. And as more and more artists adapt their time-based pieces to virtual reality, this medium will get more interactive and interesting.
The physicality of 3-dimensional art has opened up a new world for artists, allowing real-world environments and time-based designs to change how we think about composition. I would love to share this point of view with the Ello community.