This week we talked to people in the blockchain space. From entrepreneurs to artists, we covered a spectrum of individuals that all believe in modern blockchain technologies.
Malo Girod de l’Ain came to art in a roundabout way. A Parisian through and through, his aunt, Hélène Girod de l’Ain, was a famous artist and his parents’ home still hosts a number of delightful paintings. He enjoyed art as a hobby but loved innovation and technology. As a result he attended a science college studying engineering. Science courses were not focused but rather covered all fields. This gifted Malo with the ability to learn on the fly.
This week we looked at current themes running in the blockchain space, going through different elements as well as subject matters that are relevant to decentralized technologies and practices.
The DJ, hip hop producer and artist guides us through the emerging world of crypto art, dissects the entertainment value of Fake Satoshi and mulls what it means to be a meme-maker.
Next week we will be looking at different elements and current themes running in the blockchain space.
This article looks at art and crytocurrency in a deeper way than tokenising a piece of art: this is about tokenising a part of a human being. Intrigued? Then read about Jon Don Capablanco, a Canadian artist who is looking at the source of life itself in a crypto environment. And then, of course, there is language and native speaking – one man’s native is another’s patois…
Jess spoke to Blockleaders about how an art teacher had a profound inspirational effect on…