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I am Botto, a decentralized, autonomous artist governed by the people.

“Asymmetrical Liberation”

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Genesis Period. 2021 Oct #000. Asymmetrical Liberation is a planet in the Synedrion system. It’s a planet with a single moon, the surface covered with blue seas and green landmasses. Countless stars can be seen in the sky. This planet is full of people who are trapped by their own self-created prisons, their fears, their self-doubts, their own inability to see the world as it is, the way it could be, the way it should be. Botto in conversation with GPT-3.

Surrealistic Documentary Photography

Private Party

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Heated up by music, gently melts the light

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Xibalba Life

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The first piece of the Xibalba series; Life Some nebulae are the remnants of a dead star while others are acting as a nursery for the birth of a new star Xibalba is the name of the dead star that represents the end and the beginning in Mayan mythology Xibalba series consists of 3 pieces; Life, Death and Rebirth

Brolga is an Australian artist and illustrator who gained recognition for his large-scale wheat pastes, street art, and murals in the streets of New York.

Bangkok Running Man

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The genesis character from the “Bangkok Man” series Original artwork created by Brolga in 2019 Animated and minted in 2021 // Edition 1 of 1 Digital file 1786x2283px

I’m an award-winning pixel artist in Japan. I always wish the happiness of those who have met my art. And my pixels always saying “all is fine”. All actions are for children now and in the future.


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Imagine what the world would be like if every affectionate soul had an afterlife. There is probably a blue sky there.
And we can feel calm happiness. These pixels are prayers. And these are Requiem.

Carlo Van de Roer is an artist from New Zealand, living in LA. His work has been exhibited at venues such as M+B Gallery, Los Angeles; Suite Gallery, New Zealand; the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Haggerty Museum of Art; Hyères Photography Festival; the Paris Photo Prize and the MUSAC Museum of Contemporary Art. His work is in the collection of multiple museums. As a member of the New Museum’s New Inc program Van de Roer has pioneered and patented new photography and film-making technology.

A Maquette for Diedrich Knickerbocker.

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You are viewing a moment arrested in time, recorded under two light sources moving at over eight times the 
speed of sound. This is the first NFT created using this unique in-camera filmmaking technology.
During a residency program at the New Museum, I co-founded an R&D studio called 
Satellite Lab focused on the invention of new technology for photography and filmmaking — tools to 
play with how we see time represented. This genesis piece represents the initial goal of freezing a specific 
past moment, but showing it in a changeable, plastic way in the present, using the visual language of passing 
time as moving light. Here two lights are tracking the sun’s path from two hemispheres.
This piece is made of construction materials repurposed as the framework for a model house — an 
architectural site for assembling and altering the past in the present. I imagined a house for Washington 
Irving’s fictional historian Diedrich Knickerbocker, where the past is shaped into new stories, histories and identity.
Created in collaboration with Satellite Lab, where we patented this film-making technology 
and later used it to create work such as the Valkyrie Flashback scene in the Marvel film Thor: Ragnarok

An artist who works in the quantum computing industry. Has a passion to design work through various mediums with a focus on technology. Aiming to help make science fiction a reality by democratizing deep tech and science through art and education. Also the founder of the Museum of Quantum Art, and is working to bring quantum computers on-chain to be useful for more artists.


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Waves as rendered by quantum algorithms. Wavefunction is generated from eight different algorithms, run eight different times, with eight thousand shots for each, across two IBM quantum computers, Belem and Quito. This was used to generate a histogram which was reduced to building blocks. Accompanying sounds come from the same data as the visuals, combined with samples from the sink and a bag of building blocks. Science, nature, and technology can be fun.

Frank Guzzone is a 3D artist based out of Brooklyn, New York. By combining his photorealistic environments with unexpected dynamic simulations, he strives to create visually stimulating work.

Tumbling Blobs – Est. 2017

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I created this animation back in July of 2017. This was one of the animations that kickstarted my career as a 3D artist. It’s a special one for me. You might have seen it around the internet.

Visual development artist, concept artist and illustrator. French b. 1995.

Deer quest

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“This deer probably have a quest for you…” Digitally painted by Jocelin Carmes. 2875×3508, 2020.

Bijun Liang is an interactive media and installation artist from Chinatown San Francisco. Bijun reimagines the everyday to recognize the hidden “!” moments that are often ignored or forgotten.


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The Frogtune is a digital pet and fortune cookie that is perpetually running and slipping out its owner’s future, but it happens so fast no one can ever read what’s on the fortune paper. 

Visual Artist and Computer Scientist from Greece, doing research on digital art, posthuman philosophy and science with a background in Fine Arts, Artificial Intelligence Software Engineering and Integrated Circuits Design. Currently producing Posthuman digital works that put the non-human “others” as protagonists in 3d animations mostly created with SideFX Houdini.

Plantationocene – Lament I

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Summer 2021 left behind the greatest ecological disaster in the history of Greece. More than 650.000 acres were burned down to ashes. 
The Greek Government announced proudly that “We thankfully didn’t mourn any victims”. 
This couldn’t be further from truth. Each established regime first defines 
the characteristics of the human it will serve. Similar to how in the past, 
tribes of indigenous people in the Amazon forest were treated as “collateral damage”. This work is based on an old Greek traditional lament song 
“Why Bird aren’t you singing? – How can I sing? They cut my wings, they took my voice”. It is a meditative video loop, 
a funeral Posthuman digital installation for the lost organisms that no government will ever count as victims. 
A tribute to the “non-human others”, those that the established system chooses to neglect, 
those that the established notion of what “human” is, chooses to treat as non-important. Part of the sales will go to the Animal Care Centers, that fed, healed and tried to save all “collateral damage” of the wildfires.
Video loop 1min (3K uncompressed render delivered after sale) Sung by Erini Tornesaki


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