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9/21

An endless poem written into the blockchain

Precious Okoyomon, “think of the body as ash spilling an orbital road,” 2021 (still)


8/21

What appears as otherworldly and fleeting is simultaneously a penetrating and prophetic meditation on our moment in time

Rachel Rose, “Forest and Egg,” 2021 (still)


Announcement

Unveiling the next three works of the K21 Collection

View the K21 Collection at K21.kanon.art/gallery


7/21

The Hello, World! of AI art

Alexander Mordvintsev, “deepdream.c,” 2015/2021


06/21

“I’m very happy to see that we’re moving into an era in which people are no longer being silent about their experience of harm and what they need to rectify it. I want to be at the forefront of that revolution.”

Terrell Villiers, “Club Oasis,” 2021, digital illustration


05/21

A synesthetic merger of hypnotic sound design and disturbing 3D design, this is the first short film conjured by Jon Baken and Brian Tessler.

Cool 3D World, “The Summoning of the Skylark,” 2015 (still)


04/21

A fundamental piece of Allen’s oeuvre and art history itself, this short video work from 1981 recorded the first 3D animated female figure.

Rebeca Allen, “Swimmer (in the abyss),” 1981 (still)


Announcement

Unveiling the next three works of the K21 Collection

View the K21 Collection at K21.kanon.art/gallery


03/21

The astro is the most pervasive meme of NFT art today. This is the original.

Raoul Marks, VOID, 2015 (still)


02/21

Presenting the self as at once decentralized and non-fungible, this isn’t cryptoart, it’s crypto as art.

Arca × Frederik Heyman, Nonbinary, 2020 (still)

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