This generative NFT evolves from a three-sided shape to up to twenty sides over a three year period. Over its lifetime, it can generate descendants and leaves greyscale versions of of previous states behind to create new NFTs.
Recently included in "Natively Digital," Sotheby's. This code driven work presents an ongoing, abstract, cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. It tells this story through color, line and movement. In 2014, I had an idea to use blockchain technology to create provenance and ownership of digital images. Quantum was the first ever to be recorded in this way.
The Met Fifth Ave.
Oct 19, 2020- May 9, 2021
A deep dive into The Met's rich collection of contemporary photography, "Pictures, Revisited" reassesses the legacy of visual appropriation at the Museum and beyond. The images in this show are snipped from magazines, staged, or copied outright from other artworks.
An installation by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
October 26th - Nov 9th, 2020
601Artspace, 88 Eldridge Street
Paper Mirror is the final installment of 601Artspace’s Storefront Exhibition series, which has featured site-specific installations in the facade of our gallery, designed to be viewed from outside.
Save the date: The artists will be hosting a socially-distanced sidewalk chat with visitors on Saturday, Nov 7th from 2-4pm
The first blockchain-based project commissioned by a major US museum. For Public Key/Private Key (2019) the artists made and donated a 16mm film to the Whitney Museum of Art's Special Collections on behalf of city donors, chosen by essay contest. Fifty tradable blockchain-based tokens were made for each of the donors of the work.