NFT drop #1

1st September 2021

4pm BST / 11am EST / 8am PST

GO TO AUCTION

NFT drop #1

1st September 2021

4pm BST / 11am EST / 8am PST

GO TO AUCTION

Daata is delighted to announce the launch of its first tokenized artworks as NFTs.

Artworks by Petra Cortright, Jeremy Couillard and Keiken will be minted on Foundation on 10  May  2021, and open to bidding on 12  May  2021; joining a roster of leading artists previously commissioned by Daata including Eva Papamargariti, Takeshi Murata, Rachel Rossin, Jon Rafman, Yung Jake, and FlucT who have all sold works through Foundation.

Daata fully supports Ethereum’s move to Proof of Stake and in the meantime will offset double the estimated carbon emitted by our own blockchain activity via Offsetra.

The three artworks have been co-commissioned by Daata and Art Fair Philippines, and will be streamed on daata.art from May 5, 2021.

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PETRA CORTRIGHT

motels a sept-iles 1x2

2021, HD video, 00:04:10
motels a sept-iles originated from a project with Rhizome at the New Museum Seven on Seven 10th edition with Petra Cortright and programmer Carl Tashian. Carl wrote a Photoshop script which gently cycles through layers of the artist’s painting file. Cortright paints in Photoshop, and almost every brush stroke is on its own layer. The script subtly animates the framework of the brushstrokes and architecture of the painting, revealing different versions. The videos in this series are created by opening a painting file, running the script, and screen-recording. This is an ongoing thread of her work which explores the fluid relationship between painting and video. Music by Jacob Gryn.
ARTIST BIO
Petra Cortright (b. 1986, Santa Barbara, CA) is a contemporary artist whose multifaceted artistic practice stems from creating and manipulating digital files.

Cortright’s digitally-conceived artworks physically exist in many forms - printed onto archival surfaces, projected onto existing architecture, or mechanically carved from stone. A notable member of what became known as the ‘Post Internet’ art movement of the mid-to-late-2000s with her YouTube videos and online exhibitions, Cortright later began to laboriously craft digital paintings by creating layer upon layer of manipulated images in Photoshop which she then rendered onto materials such as aluminum, linen, paper, and acrylic sheets.

Her works are in the permanent collections of the MoMA, MOCA, LACMA, Hammer Museum, Moderna Museet, Stedelijk, MCA Chicago, Kadist Foundation, BAMPFA, The Péréz Museum, San José Museum of Art, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology

Daata is delighted to announce the launch of its first tokenized artworks as NFTs.

Artworks by Petra Cortright, Jeremy Couillard and Keiken will be minted on Foundation on 10  May  2021, and open to bidding on 12  May  2021; joining a roster of leading artists previously commissioned by Daata including Eva Papamargariti, Takeshi Murata, Rachel Rossin, Jon Rafman, Yung Jake, and FlucT who have all sold works through Foundation.

Daata fully supports Ethereum’s move to Proof of Stake and in the meantime will offset double the estimated carbon emitted by our own blockchain activity via Offsetra.

The three artworks have been co-commissioned by Daata and Art Fair Philippines, and will be streamed on daata.art from May 5, 2021.

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