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- What does your genesis artwork mean to you today?

When I look back at my genesis work "Airdrop" - I see a diagram of a virtual city. This work continues to serve as a scaffolding as I develop new iterations and explore new impossibilities of metaverse architecture.

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

The launch of Somnium Space's Virtual Reality platform in 2020. In the fall of 2020 I was accepted into IOCA (Incubator of Crypto Art) run by MOCA (Museum of Crypto Art). The team gave each participating artist access to a plot of land in Somnium Space where they could create virtual installations. The plots were all adjacent to one another so your avatar could walk, climb and glide between dozens of colorful structures being assembled in real time. It was a new kind of dynamic digitized neighborhood - one that radically changed the way I thought about the importance and value of virtual architecture.

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

Architecture is evolving. New layers of reality are being crafted to blend experiences between physical and virtual spaces. My {R(Evolutionaries);} series is a network of reconfigurable 3D super-structures made to be assembled and explored in the metaverse.

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Genesis: Airdrop
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Scaffold Spectra, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Diagonal Datum, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Meridian Monumenta, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: The Continous Column, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Polygonal Playground, 1/1, see listing
R(Evolutionaries);} artwork: Of Arches and Alchemy  1/1, see listing
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