Step into the future of art with us as we traverse the fascinating realms of digital art and the metaverse alongside our esteemed guests, Auronda Scalera and Alfredo Cramerotti. They're the creative minds spearheading the innovative multiplicity of artistic direction at xxnft and co-directors of the Infinity Art Museum.
xxnft – the future of crypto is female xxnft is an art curating, collection management & publishing business focused on the work of women artists adopting new technologies such as blockchain and NFTs (non-fungible tokens i.e. digital, distributed proof of authenticity and ownership of an artwork)
The Infinity Art Museum is the first ever-evolving art museum in the Metaverse. It promotes art by connecting artists, curators, and collectors in a creative and immersive way.
As we venture deep into the heart of NFTs and digital art, prepare to uncover a whole new dimension of artistic potential that expands the boundaries of contemporary art beyond our wildest dreams.
This discussion takes an intriguing turn as we address the crucial issue of gender representation in the digital art space. Listen to firsthand accounts of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs encountered in creating a diverse community of women artists within the metaverse. Learn how digital art could serve as an equalizer, providing a platform for voices from underrepresented groups to be heard loud and clear.
Offering a unique perspective, Auronda and Alfredo shed light on the interplay between traditional art history and the digital realm. They highlight the importance of artistic vision in shaping the future of museums, both physical and virtual. Whether you're a creator, collector, or an enthusiast exploring the digital art world, this episode provides valuable insights and thought-provoking perspectives. Step in, and let's redefine the art world together.
This episode was recorded through a StreamYard call on June 22, 2023. Read the blog article here: https://webdrie.net/the-future-museum-a-dive-into-nfts-and-artistic-vision-with-auronda-scalera-and-alfredo-cramerotti/