On 2. Nov 2021, at 11:52, Ruth Catlow <email@example.com> wrote:Gretta I just lost half an hour swimming through your recent work - it seems suddenly to have taken on a whole new life and it is so good for the eyes and heart. Just wish that I could see the exhibitions in the flesh (and textiles). The gif you have created is great too!I'm dead curious to hear how it goes with Penk. It's hard to gauge exactly what the true mission of the project is from afar (which, knowing Penk, has to be deliberate). Would love a report from the ground about the whole experience!And it is a real thrill that Urbanomic is publishing this book of all of Rhea's mindbendingly great writing, and that so much of it had it's first home with Furtherfield : )
RuthOn Thu, Oct 28, 2021 at 6:01 PM Gretta Louw via NetBehaviour <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Congratulations, Rhea! Sounds amazing! Do send out a reminder once the book actually becomes available, I didn’t see a link to pre-order it._______________________________________________Gretta
On 28. Oct 2021, at 04:51, Rhea Myers via NetBehaviour <email@example.com> wrote:_______________________________________________
Proof of WorkBlockchain Provocations 2011–2021
- Colour illustrations
- Jun 2022
- ISBN 978-1-915103-04-8
DAO? BTC? NFT? ETH? ART? WTF? HODL as OG crypto artist, writer, and hacker Rhea Myers searches for faces in cryptographic hashes, follows a day in the life of a young shibe in the year 2032, and patiently explains why all art should be destructively uploaded to the blockchain.Now an acknowledged pioneer whose work has graced the auction room at Sotheby’s, Myers embarked on her first art projects focusing on blockchain tech in 2011, making her one of the first artists to engage in creative, speculative and conceptual engagements with ‘the new internet’.This anthology brings together annotated presentations of Myers’s blockchain artworks along with her essays, critiques, reviews, and fictions—a sustained critical encounter between the cultures and histories of the artworld and crypto-utopianism, technically accomplished but always generously demystifying and often mischievous.Her deep understanding of the technical history and debates around blockchain technology is complemented by a broader sense of the crypto movement and the artistic and political sensibilities that accompanied its ascendancy.Remodelling the tropes of conceptual art and net.art to explore what blockchain technology reveals about our concepts of value, culture and currency, Myers’s work has become a required viewing for anyone interested in the future of art, consensus, law, and collectivity.
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