Transient Labs does it again, and Unit London's first live minting experience!

The Seeker by KARBORN and live minting from Iskra Velitchkova, Olga Fadina, Galo Canizares and elif

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Happy Monday, and welcome to another generative and AI art weekly digest.

Today we have a mix of generative artworks, a new dynamic smart contract by Transient Labs, and another example of museums opening up to digital art.

Let’s get started:

1. Kaloh’s Podcast: Laurence Fuller and Alejandro Cartagena

Last week, I had a great conversation with actor, poet, digital artist, and collector Larence Fuller. The episode is available on my new YouTube channel 👇

Today, I’ll be chatting with Alejandro Cartagena, a Mexican photographer whose work is held in the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. He has published over 10 books and is the co-founder of Fellowship.

We’ll live stream the recording (as every Monday, 7 pm UTC) via Twitter and YouTube.

Kaloh’s Podcast ep 15: Alejandro Cartagena.

2. 17 Remarkable Feral File Artworks

I shared 17 remarkable and 8 accessible artworks from Feral File history, including works from Tyler Hobbs, Dmitri Cherniak, Casey Reas, and many more going under the radar.

🔐 The full article is for premium members.

3. [Hot Collection] The Seeker by KARBORN

This week, The Seeker by KARBORN launched with an interesting dynamic that lets collectors update the artwork in their NFT as many times as they want —for now…

Transient Labs does it again, with back-to-back amazing drops. Last week, ‘beef brothko by die with the most likes’ shook the generative and AI space with an bizarre critique and performance.

The Seeker by KARBORN

The Seeker by KARBORN.

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4. [Hot Collections] fxhash Live Minting Experience at Unit London

Last week, a new fxhash live minting experience in partnership with Unit London took place. It featured Olga Fadina, Iskra Velithkova, Galo Canizares, and elif.

  • Sadok by Olga Fadina - 128 pieces, 30 Tezos floor, ±3k Tezos volume.

  • EDNŌ by Iskra Velitchkova - 88 pieces, 750 Tezos floor, ±56k Tezos volume.

  • WRAPPERS by Galo Canizares - 96 pieces, 38 Tezos floor, ±3,5k Tezos volume.

  • Summer Daydream by elif - 120 pieces, 160 Tezos floor, ±12k Tezos volume

Sadok by Olga Fadina via fxhash Live Minting Experience at Unit London

Sadok #60 by Olga Fadina.

There is a place in a remote village with only forest and huge meadows and hills around it. I used to spend a few days there in the summer. This year it has become my retreat for the whole summer. There is silence around and no persistent explosions from the bombing. I wanted to use this time to relax and reflect.

Olga Fadina

5. [Interesting Read] Musée d’Orsay partners with Tezos Foundation

To kick off the partnership, the museum - Musée d’Orsay - will offer on-chain digital souvenirs to visitors of its upcoming exhibition, “Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise: The Final Months,” which opens on October 3 and will explore works created by the renowned Dutch painter in the last two months of his life. 

A view of one of the van Gogh digital souvenirs on a mobile phone. Courtesy: KERU, Musée d’Orsay

A view of one of the van Gogh digital souvenirs on a mobile phone. Courtesy: KERU, Musée d’Orsay.

Read the full article via decrypt written by Sander Lutz 👉 Musée d’Orsay Embraces NFTs in Push to Reach New Audiences

Until next time,

- Kaloh

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