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Norma Xelda Jara

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- What does your genesis artwork mean to you today?

The Scream was my most popular creation, making its way into the crypto art scene through a selection by Dada.art for their Creep & Weirdos collection. The Scream represented a catharsis, an artistic cry that has echoed many times in my journey as a digital and crypto artist over the years.

- What was a significant event that happened in the 10-year history of Blockchain art that influenced you as an artist?

There are permanent significant events that influence me, a comment, a sale, a space with my community. Reflecting on these years, it is of great importance that Jason Bailey (@artnome) cast his gaze upon my creations in his notes in 2018 and again in 2022 in Art Review magazine. I also consider it fundamental that the crypto artist Panter Xhita (@PanterXhita) included me in her History of Crypto Art (https://www.niftygateway.com/itemdetail/primary/0x62753d079a1d84994a8316b7213460b044905944/1). These are some details that drive me forward in my commitment and love for art.

 

- What message(s) are you sharing in your new {R(Evolutionaries);} artwork?

Screams for artists who go unnoticed despite their talent and commitment, the market's pressure on the artist's creativity, the constraints, the criticisms, the injustices, the fixed or intentional rules to achieve fame and money. Screams that forbid us to be free... Screams 10 years later that still echo. Catharsis...

Genesis: Scream
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R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Norma Xelda Jara,
Market, 1/1, see listing

 
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Norma Xelda Jara,
Invisibility
, 1/1, 
see listing
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R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Norma Xelda Jara,
Freedom, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Norma Xelda Jara, Creativity, 1/1, see listing
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