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DXM pod is a weekly podcast hosted by Colborn Bell of the Museum of Crypto Art and DMINTI. Each week we explore the intersections of fine art and NFTs in the context of Web3 experiences and their promises for future creativity. For each episode we conduct digital collection walkthroughs, or engage in long format interviews with artists, curators, technologists, and other thought leaders, and share news and educational segments. DXM unpacks complexities found in the burgeoning cultural and ar ...
 
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Fabin Rasheed is an Artist, Designer, Innovator and Technologist working at the intersection of Creativity and Technology. Fabin's works revolve around exploring different creative expressions through innovative methods touching topics like society, philosophy and spirituality. His works span a variety of technology like Artificial Intelligence, AR…
 
Leo Isikdogan is an interdisciplinary researcher, engineer, and artist based in California. His practice spans a broad range of disciplines, including machine learning, computer vision, image processing, computational photography, remote sensing, and virtual reality. He holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas…
 
Matthew Rey Treece, aka eceertrey is a 31 year old photographer, 3d render, and conceptual artist living in Boulder, Colorado. He uses his own unique blend of combining different mediums and techniques, typically digitally mixing and arranging with delicate care and balance, in order to create a “mixed reality” image—one that he feels and sees insi…
 
Transcendental creature, actively seeking forbidden knowledge, Demon that govern 8th hour on Sunday. still here, never left the space. reachable through Twitter DM. DMINTI.com Link: https://twistedvacancy.artstation.com/ Twitter: @TwistedVacancy @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @TwistedVacancy @dminti.io @museumofcryptoart…
 
die with the most likes is an Indiana based artist and author driven by the same crippling monotony experienced while watching a piss soaked snow mound melt into the pavement at a strip mall parking lot in Northern Indiana. His work was featured in the first ever digital art exhibition in Milan and will be included in the upcoming Venice Biennale f…
 
Very few contemporary subcultures overlap in terms of the intertwining of cultural capital and the risk in speculating with singular financial focus. On this weeks DXM pod talks to the CEO and Co-Founder of Sole Savy, Dejan Pralica (or "DP") about these anthropological similarities and how DP sees the role of NFTs and blockchain tech in the evoluti…
 
Sarah Friend is an artist specializing in blockchain and the p2p web. She is a participant in the Berlin Program for Artists, a co-curator of Ender Gallery, an artist residency taking place inside the game Minecraft, an alumni of Recurse Centre, a retreat for programmers, and an organiser of Our Networks, a conference on all aspects of the distribu…
 
Charlotte Kent, PhD, is an arts writer and assistant professor of visual culture, with a particular interest in digital culture and the absurd. Her research seeks out historical frameworks for thinking about emergent practices. She is an Editor-at-Large for Brooklyn Rail and writes for various magazines like ArtNet, BOMB, CLOT and Wired. Her schola…
 
Award winning multi-media artist who utilizes his career in animation and motion graphics to bring fun and playfulness to his creations. DMINTI.com Links: Twitter: @bryanbrinkman @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @brinkmanatee @dminti.io @museumofcryptoartעל ידי Colborn Bell, Sam Hillmer
 
Kyle McDonald is an artist working with code. He crafts interactive installations, sneaky interventions, playful websites, workshops, and toolkits for other artists working with code. Exploring possibilities of new technologies: to understand how they affect society, to misuse them, and build alternative futures; aiming to share a laugh, spark curi…
 
Prodigious collector and curator with an angle on everything web 3, OX Terence stops by the pod for some dialog with host Colborn Bell. DMINTI.com Links: Twitter: @0xTerence @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @dminti.io @museumofcryptoartעל ידי Colborn Bell, Sam Hillmer
 
NFT Artist EDG blesses the cast and chats physics, large scale installation work. and insights from NFT NYC! From EDG statement: "When I learned of NFTs and the new interest in generative art, I was immediately hooked. I had been obsessed with generative art in the 90s and 00s, first making demoscene-type graphics, and then making generative landsc…
 
DMINTI presents the DXM podcast in collaboration with the Museum of Crypto Art. Ep. 28 Guests Moises Sanabria and Fabiola Larios Venezuelan-born, Miami-based Moises Sanabria is an interdisciplinary artist whose work extends dialectics of machine philosophy, memetics, and branding through poetic computation. Fabiola Larios Interdisciplinary Artist (…
 
In this special episode, author of the Metaverse Handbook QuHarrison Terry talk w/ architect Hani Rashid about creating the DMINTverse. Originally recorded on April 25th, 2022 DMINTI.com Links: Webcast Version https://dminti.com/metaverse/ Twitter: @Quharrison @Hani_Rashid @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @Quharrison @Hani_Rashid_architect @…
 
Martin Lukas Ostachowski is an artist based in Canada who explores geometric abstraction and minimalism using physical and digital languages through the use of technologies like blockchain. DMINTI.com Links: https://mlo.art/links/ Twitter: @MLOdotArt @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @mlodotart @dminti.io @museumofcryptoart…
 
A conceptual artist that works between digital and physical objects. Crispin lets his ideas lead him to form and content relationships, rather than focusing on one medium or style of making art. Sterling is interested in the conflicting stories we tell ourselves about the future. Are we going to merge our bodies with machines and become gods that l…
 
An award-winning, pioneering, digital artist and animator, who works primarily with 3d CG and digital media for animation, NFT, Net Art, print, sculpture, installation, and AR/VR. Known for her original, unique and influential style of 3d figuration and animation, she is considered as one of the top female 3d CG artists in the world, and has been e…
 
NFT Artist and founder of El Cuarto Elastico checks in with host Colborn Bell on their work and their practice. DMINTI.com Links: https://linktr.ee/varkitogarcia Twitter: @varkitogarcia1 @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @Varkitogarcia @dminti.io @museumofcryptoartעל ידי Colborn Bell, Sam Hillmer
 
Federico Solmi joins the pod to discuss his work, his journey to the blockchain, and changing the world. Since 1999 he lives and works in New York. Solmi’s work utilizes bright colors and a satirical aesthetic to portray a dystopian vision of our present-day society His exhibitions often feature articulate installations composed of a variety of med…
 
Rhea Myers is an artist, hacker and writer originally from the UK now based in British Columbia, Canada. Her work places technology and culture in mutual interrogation to produce new ways of seeing the world as it unfolds around us. DMINTI.com Links: https://rhea.art/ Twitter: @Rheaplex @co1born @dminti_io @museumofcrypto IG: @rheapl3x @marjan_mogh…
 
Kate Vass of Kate Vass Gallerie drops by the show to discuss the early days of blockchain and crypto art back before they were called NFTs, the nebulous nature of the NFT, and the complexities involved with interfacing between the crypto art space and that of the traditional art world. KVG is the first physical gallery in the world, headquartered i…
 
Mat Dryhurst, Cohost of the legendary Interdependence podcast, comes on to talk art practice and AI, all things crypto, and tech optimism in the 21st century with our very own Colborn Bell! Mat Dryhurst is an artist and researcher based in Berlin Germany. His research focuses on technical and ethical protocols. He makes music and creates art with H…
 
On the 18th episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews the author of The Metaverse Handbook and host of the podcast NFT QT, QuHarrison Terry. Qu unpacks his history with web 3, a fascinating journey that provides insight into Qu's method for becoming the consummate guide to the Metaverse space! QuHar…
 
Daisy Alioto’s career has touched practically every genre of media. From a fashion internship at ELLE, she went on to intern at NPR (twice) in audience development. From there, she held staff positions in audience engagement at International Business Times and Time Inc., where she supported the launch of the US edition of Wallpaper* magazine. She t…
 
The metaverse as platform capitalism, web 3 potential to support new social movements (caveat; does not supplant boots on the ground!), the painterly side of mo cap and VR... in this doomed out plunge host Colborn Bell and artist Sam Rolfes parse out available vibes and gesture toward utopias and dystopias. Sam Rolfes is a Chicago and New York base…
 
Multidisciplinary artist and NFT phenom SamJ graces NFT Sundays with their presence! Colborn Bell and Sam enter deeply into the intersections between identity, drag, crypto and NFT art practice! Buy the ticket, take ride, go deep with Sam and Colborn on this episode of NFT Sundays! DMINTI.com Links: http://samjstudios.com/ Twitter: @samjstudios @co…
 
A few weeks back our host Colborn Bell had the opportunity to catch up with ASYNC Art founder Conlan Rios. The resulting conversation reveals the attitude of gamification that belies Conlan's prescient platform as a whole, the two chop it up about the importance of ASNYC's Genesis piece, and Rios riffs on the world changing potential associated wit…
 
Legendary Trash art artist and historian Eric Rhodes dishes with our host Colborn Bell on Defi Chads, unofficial punks, getting kicked off Super Rare and a more utopian time on the Block Chain for art and artists. Colborn and Eric compare notes on their journeys into and through Crypto art. Get into this deeply personal and insightful take on Crypt…
 
What are Ecto-games? What are the possible connections between public art and the NFT space? What are the implications of curatorship re the NFT space, within it and beyond? Kevin Buist of Outland and our host Colborn Bell explore all this and more in this episode of NFT Sundays. Kevin Buist is an independent curator, writer, and former Artistic Di…
 
We are graced by the legendary Micol Ap of VerticalCrypto Art! Colborn and Micol reminisce on the early days of web 3 and discuss their motivations for getting into the space. Much has changed! Yet there is still exciting work being done! Tune in to get these two OGs' takes. Micol Ap is the founder and CEO of verticalCrypto Art. VerticalCrypto Art …
 
An economy based on intrinsic motivation rather than market forces? Paying royalties to artists? An NFT novella? Judy Mam of Dada.art regales our host Colborn with tales from the utopia she's created at Dada.art! Inspiring lessons about propagating and maintaining community lie within! Born and raised in Mexico City, and a New Yorker since 1992, Ju…
 
Kenny Schachter talks NFTs, fine art, teaching, curating and money with our host Colborn Bell and special guest co-host DMINTI's own Beth Fiore! In true Schacterian form Kenny wades into the complexities around fine art and finance, getting gallery representation, and the technological hurdles to learning about NFTs and crypto. Beth and Colborn sof…
 
This week on NFT Sundays Episode 8, Colborn speaks with fine artist and NFT artist Julian Brangold of Crypto Arg, a crypto art based organization hailing from Argentina. The two dive into the Argentinian crypto art scene, which is replete with artists bound together by style and socio-political and economic backdrop, as well as organizational modal…
 
This week on NFT Sundays, episode 7 features legendary NFT phenom Erin Beesely! On the heels of her celebrated Pseudomods drop with Art Blocks, Erin and Colborn talk synthesizers, growing up online, favorite artists of the space, spirit animals and touch on a litany of other topics. The two agree the space is ADHD and the conversation that ensues i…
 
On the sixth episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell welcomes artist Klara Vollstaedt. The two dive into a conversation about identity and the potentiality of virtual worlds and web 3 writ large. Klara discusses her journey from art school aspirant to NFT star, and celebrates the NFT space for its openness and inclusionary tendencies! Not to ment…
 
On the fifth episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews Maria Paula Fernandez of JPG Protocol and Dept. of Decentralization ETH/Berlin. Solving the problem of provenance, the possible roles of crypto within political and economic uncertainty, and the many visionary NFT projects hailing from Argentina…
 
On the fourth episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews artist and Metaverse architect untitled, xyz. The metaverse, a place where growth can match the blinding rate at which humans have come to absorb text and image based information, is discussed in terms of its potential for connecting a global c…
 
On the third episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews the author of The NFT Handbook and host of the podcast NFT QT, QuHarrison Terry. The two dive into recent trends in the NFT space and Qu advances his 'dot doc' theory for explicating NFTs! Qu also unpacks his history with web 3, a fascinating jo…
 
On the second episode of NFT Sundays, host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews Somnium Space Founder and CEO Artur Sychov. From inside the Somnium forrest, the two discuss his journey in building a virtual space and what the Metaverse might look like in the future. Artur Sychov is a Founder and CEO of Somnium Space. He ha…
 
On the inaugural episode of NFT Sundays host Colborn Bell of DMINTI and the Museum of Crypto Art interviews legendary A.I. artist and roboticist Pindar Van Arman. The two delve deep into the practice of crypto art, what exactly Pindar's robots do, the dynamics of 1 of 1s vs open editions, and the New York gallery scene's adoption, or lack thereof, …
 
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