From March 2021 I am an active member of NFT and web3 community. I am a huge enthusiast of this phenomenon and I believe web3 can be huge and groundbreaking revolution in the context of art, media and culture.
My focus on the digital world comes from the fact that I believe that contemporary artistic life fully resonates there. The real change is digital. The future is digital.
I work not only as a sound maker, but also as a visual artist. It is becoming increasingly important part of my artistic life. I'm also a member of the fantastic nowmedia/nftnow community (NowPass #856).
In the NFT space I create multimedia works, sound art miniatures, pixel pictures, GIFs and everything that comes to my mind. I mint my pieces on Sound, Objkt, KnownOrigin and Foundation. You can find my art under my nickname cut-up-banana
Take a look at some highlights from my digital art:
RINGTONES is my KnownOrigin genesis collection.
Creating these pieces was extreme fun because it was a combination of my fascination with miniature sound forms and digital aesthetics.
I have composed some jingles that can be used as regular ringtones on smartphones. Each sound work is also accompanied by a pop art GIF created by me.
The collection is expanding from time to time.
DROP micro ep
My first sound art collection was minted on Rarible. It is a micro EP album DROP, created with Mateusz Modrzejewski. This is a generative art experiment that combines the world of music and artificial intelligence. DROP consists of 6 short pieces composed by a deep convolutional generative-adversarial network. The neural network used for these miniatures generates MIDI files, leaving selection, sound design and intentional expression to the human creator.
The first #antirembrandts were minted on H=N. It was very simple concept with my photos converted to pixel pictures. The second selection of pixel self-portraits was available on 8bidou.
The new #antirembrandts collection is minted on objkt.com and it starts from no_15. I don't convert photos anymore, but I "paint" pixel by pixel. It is playing with colors and very simple forms. Usually I still think about these pieces as "self-portraits" even if they are something different.
The most important part of the NFT movement are people. This community is not only about chatting and exchanging experiences, but also an opportunity for great fellowships.
The most exciting audiovisual works in my catalogue are collabs with the great artists: Adam Disbrow, Michelle Thompson, Ana Maria Caballero, Von Doyle or Rangga Purnama Aji . Find them on objkt.com, Foundation or Sound.