Art NFT exhibition on the web and metaverse assembling contemporary visions of Ukrainian digital artists curated by Mar Canet. Participating artists: Julia Beliaeva, Mitya Fenechin, Oleksandr Pritula, Maria Kulikovska, Vasyl Savchenko, Vitaliy Protosenya, Ivan Pidhainyi.
'Voices of Ukraine' is an art NFT exhibition on the web and metaverse assembling contemporary visions of Ukrainian digital artists. The exhibition is curated by Mar Canet who is a PhD candidate in Baltic Film, Media and Arts School (BFM) at Tallinn University and a research fellow at Cudan Open Lab. The 7 participating Ukrainian artists are Julia Beliaeva, Mitya Fenechin, Oleksandr Pritula, Maria Kulikovska, Vasyl Savchenko, Vitaliy Protosenya, Ivan Pidhainyi.
All artworks will be on sale from September 30 at 1 pm CET
Through their digital artworks, the artists are untangling complex themes related to mis/disinformation, migration, and the ongoing events in Ukraine.
'Sometimes, there are not enough words to talk about all this, that’s why I am using a visual language when I don’t have enough… there is no words, no letters like that big, as what I have inside my heart, like what emotions I have, what kind of emotions, that’s why I use visual language.' Maria Kulikovska, Ukrainian multimedia artist.
22,5% go to the NGO 'Artist against war'
All pieces are minted as Tezos NFTs in Objkt marketplace to fundraise for artists, and 22.5% goes to the NGO 'Artist against war'. All artworks will be on sale on objkt Tezos market from Friday, September 30 at 1 pm CET HERE.
Time-lapse migration is a project developed by the startup La Tempesta and artist studio Varvara&Mar, as part of Startup meets artist program of the European innovation project MediaFutures. This project's first exhibition, 'Voices of Ukraine', was implemented in coordination with the NGO Artists against war led by Kateryna Pidhaina. Time-lapse migration is a digital art exhibition project (on the web and in the metaverse) including sociological research data-based articles as a means of reframing narratives around forced mobility and questioning the distortions produced by misinformation and disinformation.
Follow Time-lapse migration on Twitter @TlapseMigration