In Venice, “CodeX” Offers an Optimistic Take on the Future of Art and Technology
The program, created by the cultural organization Aorist, features new works by Drift, Rafaël Rozendaal, and Jonas Lund, each with a series of related NFTs.
By Charmaine Li
April 21, 2022
6 minute read
Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs (one-of-a-kind digital assets created using blockchain technology), have divided the art world: Some, like the artist Kenny Schachter (who speaks about the medium on Ep. 59 of our Time Sensitive podcast), see them as pathways to a promising future, while others express concern around the sky-high price points and carbon emissions they generate.
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