Sam Madhu Stacie Ant Nsasi Tianzhuo Chen (Asian Dope Boys) Upsammy Thomas Harrington Bjarki Post Neon Nene H
In our digital future – realities are moulded from dreams.
Physical bodies are no longer containers for emotions, it’s the other way around.
Bodies become landscapes.
Bodies become infrastructure.
Bodies become limitless.
Price:280 XTZ (1/1)
Stacie Ant and Nsasi explore the relationship between chaos and love through imagined intergalactic beings and worlds.
Price:400 XTZ (1/1)
The video piece is a cinematic interpretation of the artist Stacie Ant's relationship with the nightlife. She presents a surreal take on dance, sexuality, and voyeurism that is associated with partying and clubbing. Inspired by 80's erotica, "TV Noir" portray empowered femininity through dance and background animations.
Price:80 XTZ per edition (Edition of 5)
Baby snake embryo engraved a poem from William Blake’s “The little boy lost” on it’s infinity spinning body. Ai generated images based provided prompts that showing entangled performative bodies blurring with blue snakes. A study of AI generated nude in ritual and CGI symbolism.
Price:0.05 ETH per edition (Edition of 5)
What is there to know, it’s a consumer product.
Price:0.1-0.3 ETH (3 Different 1/1)
VIEW & COLLECT (THOMAS & BJARKI)
Chapter I Genesis:
Unveils the story of how a group of Phoenician traders accidentally discover the origin of glass formed by a natural phenomenon. This discovery takes place 2000 years ago in a cave on the border of what is now known as Lebanon and Israel.
Chapter II Human Alchemy:
Exhibits the diverse range of tools that man created since the origin of glass. The viewer will encounter an otherworldly landscape filled with glass objects: jars, vases, lenses, windows, mirrors. Human Alchemy is all about the creativity of humanity with Glass.
Chapter III Greed:
Reveals an immense architectural structure made out of concrete. After passing through this structure, a sea emerges where dredgers constantly feed this colossal object. The viewer will witness the unprecedented ecological impact it has on our living environment.
Chapter IV Anthropocene:
Illustrates how the extracted sand composition, Silica, fuels our daily use technologies. Travelling through the void, different applications such as computer chips, fiber optics and solar panels float by the viewer questioning the genesis of these technologies.
Price:40 XTZ per edition (Edition of 10)