Every Tuesday at 9am CST - Tue 3:00 PM (UTC), we host discussions about tech, publishing and energy.
We will discuss the release of UNLOCKED: Memories of Wuhan as NFT and its implication for printing, shared publishing rights and book distribution in general.
Following the discussions on eco-NFTs in the last weeks, hicetnunc.xyz was launched on March 1st. Relying on lPos chain Tezos, the platform makes NFT affordable and more than 10k artworks have already be minted in less than a month. Artists have been joining in mass and the platform is updated daily with new features and improvements.
We will discuss what is happening on Hic et Nunc with one of its founder Rafael Lima.
Make sure to ead Sterling's blog post NFTs and Crypto Art: The Sky is not Falling about the eco-NFT controversy.
His website: http://www.sterlingcrispin.com
The experience of "going" to museums has already been radically transformed by the availibitily of digital copies of original artworks. An initiative (scam?) called Global Art Museum has started to offer some of the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum's Collection as NFTs, without even consulting them.
Paul Keller from Creative Commons Nedeerlands will join us to discuss how museums have apprehended the circulation of new digital forms of art, and how they can position themselves on the nascent NFT scene.
A limited edition series by Christopher Adams and Jun Yang. Three digital images to accompany the exhibition The Artist, his Collaborators, their Exhibition, and three Venues, which runs at MOCA Taipei from 2021/02/06 to 2021/03/31.
See on Opensea.
Contract reviews and technical discusions about different approaches to minting using ERC1155 and ERC721 on Ethereum chain - and what that means for publishers, buyers and readers.
A preliminary discussion about the publication as NFT of the next Scale issue titled (UN)LOCKED: Memories of Wuhan, and more reflections about how NF can be used to support creative workers.