- An exhibition titled “Performance in Code, Deciphering Value in Generative Art, Powered by Tezos” would be featured at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach.
- Visitors would be in a collaborative art experience after being shown how the generative art is created as well as the rarity value linked to each NFT.
An exhibition titled “Performance in Code, Deciphering Value in Generative Art, Powered by Tezos” would be featured at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach from December 1 to December 3. In partnership with the generative art platform fxhash and in collaboration with Serpentine Arts Technologies, Tezos blockchain would explore the mathematical probability as well as “its effect on rarity and perceived value in generative art.”
In this year’s event, attendees would be given the chance to claim NFTs instantly by being drawn to scan a QR Code. In addition, they can observe the gallery space evolving. Visitors would be in a collaborative art experience after being shown how the generative art is created as well as the rarity value linked to each NFT.
The interactive gallery will feature work by cutting-edge generative artists: Tyler Boswell, DistCollective, and Ivona Tau. In addition to the live gallery experience, the exhibit will feature 13 other artists: Lars Wander, Studio Yorktown, Yazid, Volatile Moods, jeres, ykxotkx, Jinyao Lin, Aluan Wang, Ella, Toxi, Amy Goodchild, IskraVelitchkova and Zach Lieberman.
Besides the exhibition, a conversation series examining the merging of generative art algorithms and blockchain technology would be hosted on December 2 and December 3. This would feature renowned artists in the Tezos ecosystem. Serpentine Arts Technologies would host two-panel discussions called “Hybrid Worlds: Breaking Creative Boundaries” and “NFTs: Worlding Differently.”
Tezos NFT speaker series
The Tezos NFT Speaker Series would also feature panel discussions including “Changing the World, One NFT at a Time.” This would be hosted on December 2 and would take a look at how social and environmental organizations are using blockchain technology to make impacts.
Another discussion called “Value – In the Eye of the Creator” would be held on December 3. The panels would re-evaluate how to determine the value of art with the emergence of new art mediums.
The third discussion called “NFTs, DAOs, IP: Redefining Art Law” would also be held on December 3. It would look at “how copyright laws will apply to NFT arts, how smart contracts will affect how art is bought and sold, how much power will DAOs hold in driving collective action amongst art communities, and what the intellectual property looks like in a decentralized world.”
Tezos has attracted several artists, collectors, and builders due to its energy-efficient design and low-cost minting and transacting NFTs. Tezos blockchain has become a home for many NFT platforms including fxhash, objkt.com, and Teia.art. According to a report, fxhash alone has seen more than 1.2 million unique works of generative art collected in less than a year.
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