$6.2M Goose Sale, Wildxyz's Founder Interview, Blind Gallery and Feral File New Releases

In case you missed packed with action from last week

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gm and happy Sunday, everyone!

The weekly digest was delayed by a day (I usually share it on Fridays or Saturdays)… Apologies, but I am moving to a new place, and moving is hard. The good news is, I will soon work on my new studio, where I plan to incorporate new stuff — maybe Kaloh’s Podcast?

Anyways, here are five things I thought were worth sharing about digital art:

1. The Goose - Ringer #879) by Dmitri Cherniak

The Goose topped the headlines this week…

2. Last week, I interviewed Douglass Kobs, Wildxyz’s founder.

—a digital gallery I founded and co-curated — released "Frequency of Affection” by 0xbenj.

The collection minted out in the pre-sale and had a fantastic reception.

Frequency of Affection #10 by 0xbenj.

If you collected in the pre-sale, you can claim your piece here.

4. In/Visible by Feral File curated by Linda Dounia Rebeiz

The show opened last week (12th of June).

Any Black person using AI today can confidently attest that it doesn’t actually know them, that its conceptualization of their reality is a fragmentary, perhaps even violent, picture. This exhibition brings together artists who are defiantly visible, telling their stories using AI, a tool that, itself, acknowledges its shortcomings in understanding them.

This exhibition brings together artists who are defiantly visible, telling their stories using AI, a tool that, itself, acknowledges its shortcomings in understanding them. “While my training data includes information about black cultures and people, it is essential to recognize that my understanding is limited by the quality, diversity, and biases present in the data.” – ChatGPT 4.

In/Visible by Feral File, curated by Linda Dounia Rebeiz

Planet Hibiscus by Adaeze Okaro.

Planet Hibiscus by Adaeze Okaro.

5. Chester Charles: The Lost Grand Master by ClownVamp

Multi-faceted AI artist, collector, and curator ClownVamp will present “Chester Charles: The Lost Grand Master” — an immersive AI story. This exhibition was curated by Super Rare and powered by Transient Labs. You can’t miss this if you are in New York City!

June 21st at 6 pm At The Oculus World Trade Center.

Chester Charles: The Lost Grand Master by ClownVamp

Chester Charles: The Lost Grand Master by ClownVamp


Bonus 👉 You can now bookmark your favorite fxhash artists, collections, and collectors in Kaloh’s Space!

Kaloh’s Space now supports bookmarks.

Kaloh’s Space now supports bookmarks.

Until next time,

- Kaloh

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