“Web 3. Aesthetics: In the Foreseeable future Submit-Hype of the NFTs” (a Trilogy Curated by Annka Kultys for LaCollecionio) will explore NFT aesthetics by the lens of social, intellectual, and technological upheaval that took location in the flip on the 21st century. The exhibition will contain 27 NFTs introduced in 3 themes “Metamorphosis of the Body,” “Digital Florascapes,” and “Digital Abstraction,” each individual area showcasing 9 NFTs.
“Web 3. Aesthetics: In the Long term Post-Hype of the NFTs,” the NFT Trilogy will be offered as an immersive exhibition at ANNKA KULTYS PHYGITAL (just one-of-a-variety virtual fact gallery for exhibiting, contextualising, and accumulating NFTs) and the NFTs will be marketed on LaCollectionio (the French NFT decentralised current market position).
“Metamorphosis of the Body” explores how artists represent the body and extend its definition through the use of technology in the NFT room. “Metamorphosis of the Body” features work by LaTurbo Avedon, Jeremy Bailey, Danielle Braithwaite-Shirley, Stine Deja, Baron Lanteigne, Olga Mikh Fedorova, Signe Pierce, Marjane Moghaddam, and Ziyang Wu.
“Digital Florascapes” surveys artists Kate Bickmore and Sian Fan, Claudia Hart, Lauren Moffatt, Signe Pierce, Anna Ridler, Ada Sokól, and Addie Wagenknecht with Aiala Hernando who use new technologies, pcs, and NFTs to represent, depict and re-invent character now.
“Digital Abstraction” traces how artists create abstraction with new resources. Abstract art largely would seem unrelated to the environment of appearances, on the other hand with the suitable program, an picture on a display can be morphed from figurative to abstract with the press of a essential. Tools such as autonomous systems create “generative art” and a variety of softwares use pixels as paint to create new colour fields. Artists include Chris Dorland, Damage van den Dorpel, Andreas Gysin, Rachel de Joode, Yves Peitzner and Jelena Gregov, Aaron Scheer, Alida Sun, and Jennifer West.
This 1st NFT Trilogy surveys canonical themes inside of art history—the human body, mother nature, and abstraction—and how artists translate them to the NFT space.
at Annka Kultys Gallery
till December 31, 2022