Crypto What?
Event

Saturday 11 December

One-day workshop and Eco-NFT art & blockchain exhibition with Unpredictable Series

Following ¿CryptoQué? A workshop and NFT Exhibition created by Lenara Verle and Ilan Katin curated with Blanca Regina in Madrid in 2019, Cryptowhat? is a new Art & Blockchain saloon series led by Blanca Regina & Pierre Bouvier Patron in London in collaboration with its founders and other artists.First edition – introduction to NFTs

When – Saturday 11th December 2021 – Workshop: 1 – 4 pm NOW FULL please get in touch for future workshops


Where – Apiary Studios – 458 – 460 Hackney Road, London E2 9EG

Register for Free mailing at info@unpredictable.info
15 spaces availableWorkshop 1 pm to 4 pm ( book in advance)

Beginners workshop.

We will guide you into the blockchain art world and use Eco-NFTS
Bring your laptop. If you’re an artist bring a few art pieces in digital format (jpg or gif).
Duration: 3 hours.Content

What is blockchain and what are artists doing there. Why use Eco- NFTs?
Why are people buying digital art on the blockchain
How to put your art on the blockchain
Activities
Each participant will receive near to do minting, listing, bidding transaction, getting familiar with the Mintbase.io tools,
as well as buying NFTs from each other.
Make your first blockchain transactions and learn how they work
Learn some terms: near, gas, transaction fees, validators, exchanges,
contract, token, minting, NEP-171, NFT, proof of stake, and staking
Get to know the main platforms and marketplaces for blockchain art
Put your art on the blockchain – tokenize your art
Exhibit your art in a blockchain-enabled virtual 3D gallery

Exhibition & Saloon
5 to 8 pm ( no need to RSVP)
The exhibition uses AR (augmented reality) to show digital blockchain artworks from a VR
space superimposed on a physical space.
On display are the blockchain art pieces created in the workshop.
The physical exhibition space is recreated in a blockchain-enabled virtual 3D gallery supported by mintbase.io
Using a mobile phone or a tablet, visitors can scan QR codes on the walls and access
the art pieces
A live feed of the virtual space is also video mapped in the exhibition space
The artworks will be available for sale, also in a beginner’s friendly format of a “paper
wallet”

The saloon, in collaboration with Muti, presents at 7pm Gmt

'They Killed Lucy' live-streaming featuring Blanca Regina, Pierre Bouvier Patron, Reuben Sutherland, and guest artists. Link to the metaverse https://www.cryptovoxels.com/play?coords=N@762E,108N,12UVirtual Gallery for the exhibition at Unpredictable Series at Mintbase.io

Billy Pleasant and Steve McInerney(Psyche’ Tropes) an immersive audio/visual performance projecting self shot and archive footage with live music.

Using dual Pulsar drum synthesisers backed with projection mapping.

Artwork selection
– 8 pieces selected from renowned crypto artists including works by Ilan Katin, Lenara Verle, Blanca Regina & Pierre Bouvier Patron.
– 15 pieces will be selected from workshop attendants.Supported by near.org and muti https://linktr.ee/muti.collective

Blanca Regina is an artist, tutor, and curator based in London who is currently involved in creating audio-visual performances, sound works, multimedia installations, photography, and book arts. She has been leading audio-visual performance art and projection mapping workshops plus curated events internationally. ‘Expanded and Ephemera Audiovisual’ was her first solo exhibition presented in México, 2015. She has performed and created a number of films including artists, David Toop, Leafcutter John, Steve Beresford, Sharon Gal, Mandhira de Saram, Adriana Camacho, and Matthias Kispert. Her work has been supported by Arts Council England, Sound & Music, BMC, Amexcid, Photo-España, and Garage Cube. Last projects include the research with the Immersive Pipeline Project at Goldsmith University London and the artist residency at Solar, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. http://www.blancaregina.art/

Pierre Bouvier Patron is a visual artist based in London. He is currently working with different media, such as digital video and film, exploring the boundaries between them and creating moving image works, performances, and installations. He has developed many practices and skills in various areas such as experimental film, documentary films, music videos, etc. He has been involved in video screenings and video performances, solo or in collaboration with musicians such as Syd Kemp, Neil’s Children, artist Blanca Regina, and many others. His work has been shown in France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Germany, etc. His latest works include

Unpredictable: Conversations with Improvisers, a series of 12 videos about improvisers in the UK. It also includes extensive participation with collectives such as Unpredictable Series, Strange Umbrellas, and a number of festivals including Sonic Waterloo, Art of Improvisers, Alterations Festivals among others. https://pierrebouvierpatron.tumblr.com/

Lenara Verle is an artist and researcher, has taught several graduate and undergraduate classes, as well as independent workshops, on the topic of art, technology, and collaboration. Her current research focuses on conceptual art in connection with alternative economies and currency design. She consults for blockchain art platforms and is a founder of Coinspiration.org. http://www.lenara.com/

Ilan Katin is a berlin-based artist who currently makes non-figurative drawings occasionally collaborates with musicians doing live visual performances, and sometimes ventures into the creation of installations. Since 2018 has been publishing and selling artworks in the Ethereum blockchain and helping onboard artists into this new technology.www.ilankatin.com

Reuben Sutherland is a New Zealander who lives in Britain. He is a VJ, director and visual artist, specialising in mixing up live action and animation.Sutherland has made music videos for The Doves, Phoenix Foundation and Röyksopp1] (their single Happy Up Here). He also created videos for the New Zealand-based independent record label Flying Nun Records. Together with noise artist Dan Hayhurst, Sutherland formed Sculpture, a visual and musical group which does live zoetrope-video art performances with a record player and a camera. Hayhurst plays improvised music with tape loops and effects equipment. Sculpture has performed in festivals and clubs in Europe, among which ATP was one. Works of Sutherland are being included in the tenth anniversary documentary about the All Tomorrow’s Party Festival. As a musician, he plays with various artists including Hot Dog Girrrrrl.This project is supported by near.org and muti https://linktr.ee/muti.collective

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