SuperRare Exhibition: NFT Contemporaries (Q and A)

The NFT/CryptoArt space has cracked open the art world and shaken up the traditional idea of a creative’s path to success. From seasoned visual storytellers and industry professionals to blooming talents eager to have their work seen by the world. This exhibition aims to continue this journey and…

DCL Art Week: In Conversation with Brazilian Artists on SuperRare

Read the interview with the 10 artists. …

DigitWork I: Richard Garet

Richard Garet’s artistic projects can be represented as an interweaving of various media including sound, photography, moving image and multimedia performance. Garet draws attention to perceptual processes which activates conscious and subconscious phenomena, reflecting on the nature and experience of time. Garet’s pieces, conceptual and/or stemming from the…

DigitWork I: Anne Spalter

Anne Spalter is an academic pioneer who founded the original digital fine arts courses at Brown University and The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in the 1990s and authored the internationally taught textbook, The Computer in the Visual Arts (Addison-Wesley, 1999). Her artistic process combines a consistent…

DigitWork I: Burst_

Burst_ is an anonymous crypto artist with an emphasis on post-neoexpressionism and digital art. He creates futuristic-hybrid-organic artworks in digital as well as physical form. These are multi and mixed media artworks which are supported by video, animation, digital media, augmented reality and actual paintings. He often plays…

DigitWork I: Nate Mohler

Nate Mohler is an emerging media artist who works with technology as a paint brush to build conceptual and avant-garde experiences through digital art. A 2019 UCLA graduate with a B.A. in Design | Media Arts, Mohler is intrigued with the fusion of conceptual art and technology to…

DigitWork I: James Fox

James Fox is a macro photographer who invites viewers into small, beautiful places with vivid and emotional abstract photography. James specialises in using flowing pigments in resin to create intricate and atmospheric pieces that the viewer may immerse themselves in and reflect on the art and beauty of…

DigitWork I: Daniel Ambrosi

Daniel Ambrosi is recognised as one of the founding creators of the emerging AI art movement and is noted for the nuanced balance he achieves in human-AI hybrid art. Ambrosi combines computational photography and artificial intelligence to create exquisitely detailed artworks that move people visually, viscerally, and cognitively.…

DigitWork I: Matt Kane

Matt Kane’s career as an artist started in Chicago around 2004 when a Chi-town gallery started selling his oil paintings. Being channeled by the art market in a direction his gallery desired cramped his creative desire and style. He eventually left the art world for a decade to…

DigitWork I: Sean Mick

Sean Mick’s work represents subjects, situations, and emotions using a mix of hard edge painting, surrealism, abstract realism and geometric abstraction. Thematically he is drawn to the subconscious and how it is wholly accessible by involuntary actions of sleep, intuition, and latent recall. Sean looks to capture an…
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