Cryptoart

 Rafaël Rozendaal, Times Square  Midnight Moment (2015). Photo: Michael Wells

Rafaël Rozendaal, Times Square Midnight Moment (2015). Photo: Michael Wells

Rafaël Rozendaal has been making digital art for two decades, and he’s unfazed by the rise of Web3. In this conversation with Spike, he explores how websites are like poetry, dishes some lessons in exhibiting digital work, and argues in favour of keeping the punk spirit alive in NFTs. 

 Love in the Time of Web3 , minted on the Zora protocol.

Love in the Time of Web3 (2021)

Ready to wade into tokenised waters, but feeilng overwhelmed by the big Open Sea? Let Spike be your guide: here are our favourite marketplaces, platforms, and protocols for cryptoart.

 Nyan Cat (2011)

Nyan Cat (2011)

You can run but you can’t hide. Dean Kissick on NFTs and the pervasiveness of mundane art.

 Distributed Gallery Chaos Machine (2018) Installation view, "Proof of Work", Schinkel Pavillon, 2018. Photo: Hans-Georg Gaul

Distributed Gallery
Chaos Machine (2018)
Installation view, "Proof of Work", Schinkel Pavillon, 2018.

Photo: Hans-Georg Gaul

Artist Simon Denny talks to Sarah Friend about the exhibition "Proof of Work" at Schinkel Pavillon and distributed curating