from Net Art to Art NFT
19.2. – 26.3. 2022
Finissage – Saturday March 23rd – 12 – 6 pm
a cooperation between panke.gallery and OFFICE IMPART
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The exhibition brings together nine international artists that use algorithmic or generative systems as their artistic language. Their tools are digital codes and automatisms, which manifest themselves in a variety of unique and fascinating aesthetics.
In the confrontations of the just very recent technologies and blockchain developments, the artists' strategies range from more aesthetic or narrative, critical or almost performative investigations and they equally investigate the limits and possibilities of NFTs alongside each other.
The exhibition will feature works ranging from early to very current works, developed specifically for the exhibition and therefore showcasing a diverse range of generative art in the context of Net Art's history. The exhibition will create a dialogical environment in which classic network phenomena and cutting-edge technologies will interact.
The exhibition will be developed in cooperation between panke.gallery and OFFICE IMPART and will be shown physically in both spaces and digital at jpg.space.
jpg.space allows everyone to create NFT exhibitions, regardless of whether they own the NFTs or not. Flexible layouts allow users to bring attention and value to NFTs through context, focused viewing experiences, and new, complementary meanings. By creating exhibitions on JPG, users contribute to a new layer of cultural infrastructure that gives rise to valuable interest and social graphs.
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