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18/21

An OOPArt artwork that twists the time of the information age

David OReilly, additional photograph of “4004” accompanying the artwork via KSPEC, 2021


17/21

“China Tracy decides to explore new, faraway realms since her once dynamic RMB City is now only an electronic archive of itself.”

China Tracy, “Einstein on the Beach — Chasing the Moon / 沙滩上的爱因斯坦-追月,” 2021 (still)


16/21

“It could be described as anti-Conceptual. This might not be a bad thing.”

Liam Gillick, “On the Appearance of Noncircularity,” 2021 (still)

Announcement

Unveiling the next three works of the K21 Collection

View the K21 Collection at K21.kanon.art/gallery


Captain Marvel in Binary mode (via Marvel Studios on GIPHY)

How an inconspicuous data field hidden in all NFT smart contracts could hold the key to unlocking powerful new capabilities for all NFTs


15/21

A video vanitas featuring the emblematic foods of decentralized finance rotting away, her work reminds us not only of the fleeting nature of worldly pursuits but that even crypto projects are themselves alive

Jenna Sutela, “YAMSUSHIPICKLE,” 2021 (still)


14/21

Hank Willis Thomas × Wide Awakes, “Ametropia,” 2021


13/21

The blockchain is transmuted into a kabbalistic system, giving access to other dimensions through the number 137

Suzanne Treister, “The Cosmic Number,” 2021 (still)


Announcement

Unveiling the next three works of the K21 Collection

View the K21 Collection at K21.kanon.art/gallery


12/21

“Tethering portraiture and concept, artwork and artifact, the NFT is the latest dynamo to propel it along, stitching together various cultures as it goes.”

Simon Denny, “NFT Mine Offset: Ethereum Kryptowährung Mining-Rig,” 2021 (still)

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