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NFT - Don't Mind Me.
Exhibition: 28.04.2021 – 29.05.2021
We show:
Mihai Grecu, Jörg Piringer, August Parot.
Location: Markgrafenstraße 86, 10969 Berlin

During the exhibition period the artists will produce continuously new NFT Artworks.
Join our clubhouse event during the exhibition. (Date will be announced.)
Listen to a talk by media philosophers targeting NFT and its curiosity.


With the event title NFT - Don't mind me, our gallery Art Claims Impulse takes up the title of a work that is also shown in this exhibition and opens the discourse space on the subject of the NFT exhibition - Non-Fungible Token.

The Non-Fungible Token is a non-exchangeable sign in the digital world and serves as a certificate stamp to verify digital artworks, among other things. The Non-Fungible Token emerged from the crypto scene and works similarly to cryptocurrency with a programmed formula. The only difference is that the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, for example, produces an infinite number of Bitcoins with the same identity, whereas an NFT only exists once. Each NFT is thus unique.

The possibility of digitally securing a media artwork labelled by an NFT results in a new added value for digital art. A digital NFT is like a piece of land. It exists only once. For the first time, media art can sell works in a comparable way to, for example, painters, as the fear of duplication of digital art seems to become null and void. This is a significant step towards the recognition of digital art in the art market. The question at this point is whether and how the NFT can change the art market. Right after the auction sale of Beeple's digital collage artwork at Chrisities, NFT has inflated into a bubble. It remains to be seen where the bubble will go before it bursts.

NFT, Don't Mind Me refers to the state of the NFT bubble. The title could be interpreted in two ways: either the NFT movement does not perceive the artist, or the artist does not want to be perceived by the NFT movement. With its ambiguity, NFT Don't mind me describes exactly the threshold state in which we currently find ourselves with the NFT bubble. The artists in the exhibition move in this space of discourse and get a ticket for the bubble, but not without calculating the bursting of the bubble.

NFT, Don't Mind Me refers to the state of the NFT bubble. The title could be interpreted in two ways: either the NFT movement does not perceive the artist, or the artist does not want to be perceived by the NFT movement. With its ambiguity, NFT Don't Mind Me describes exactly the threshold state in which we currently find ourselves with the NFT bubble. The artists in the exhibition move in this space of discourse and get a ticket for the bubble, but not without calculating the bursting of the bubble.




Mihai Grecu, Ecowar. 2021 (Image)





Jörg Piringer, Generative JS, 2021 (Animation)

                                           

 

 

 Jörg Piringer, Imagine..., 2021 (Image)


 

 

Mihai Grecu, Spinders on drugs, 2021 (Animation)

      

 


August Parot, NFT, DONT MIND ME, 2021. (Videofilm)

Click on the image to buy the NFT Artwork.



 

 

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