FOCUS ON NFTs: Looking Through the Lens at The Global NFT Movement
Curated by Searchlight NFT
Canadian Digital Visual Artist Adam Jarvis will be showcasing 4 pieces of digital art in Miami on Nov. 30th as part of the NFT BZL show.
1 digital frame displayed piece and 3 augmented reality showings across the Miami Art District.
Turning up the heat with a new collection of Non-Fungible Tokens
Vectorvault has had work shown at NFT NYC, also curated by Searchlight NFT. One piece in the Mask Ephemera show and one in a large-format PORTL hologram frame. NFT BZL offers yet another opportunity to connect the Vectorvault NFT Collection with a whole new audience.
Capturing images, emotions and events are the basic premise of memory itself.
Creating albums in our mind that we can leaf through upon demand. Flashes of our youth in high resolution like it was taken yesterday. Colour corrected and touched up into an edited history rather than reality in RAW format.
Over time, those images fade. Memories get shuffled like polaroids in a shoebox. Forgetfulness is a part of life. The images that we leave behind will serve as a record. The Blockchain remembers it all.
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— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) November 28, 2021