The following artists represent an array of skills and accomplishments across a spectrum of possibilities. This project unites them with a common goal to make predictions on the future of art. A 1/1 NFT by each will be featured at the first IRL exhibition and first mint wave.
Brendan Dawes is a UK based artist using generative processes involving data, machine learning and algorithms, to create interactive installations, electronic objects, online experiences, data visualisations, motion graphics and imagery for screen and print. A Lumen Prize and Aesthetica Art Prize Alumni, his work has been auctioned at Sotheby's and Christies and featured in many exhibitions across the world including Big Bang Data in thirteen cities, three MoMA shows in New York together with his Cinema Redux work becoming part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art in 2008.
Orkhan Mammadov is a new media artist & creative director, working with a focus on representing eastern culture through innovative art-making methods. Orkhan immersed himself in new media flows in global trends and became fascinated by local youth subcultures to investigate the redemption of history and culture. He examines the alternative conditions of cultural heritage perception with artificial intelligence & generative art. As a primary core of his practice, Orkhan focuses on how the cultural and historical codes integrate a new forward-looking medium, virtual reality, into contemporary views of our everyday life.
Born and raised in Azerbaijan’s culturally rich Ganja city, Orkhan was immersed by his deeply personal interest in digitizing and regenerating cultural heritage. His spatial juxtaposition is a kind of experiment that emerges for the audience, raising questions about the intellectual, emotional, and aesthetic implications of artificial visual cultural artifacts. By strong research-based practice, Orkhan’s works unquestionably display the significance of the traditions and history to understanding and caring for the legacy of tangible and intangible heritage assets from Azerbaijan and the Middle East.
Internationally he is recognized for his cultural data sculptures and dynamic carpet installations, which explore the alienation and escapism felt by a disaffected and displaced culture that casts itself as a fictional but physical element. The interplay between virtual and real worlds, utopia and dystopia, and the body and technology would remain major themes for Orkhan as his cultural commentary became increasingly pointed. Orkhan exhibited at several international biennales, festivals, and fairs, including Venice Biennale, Italy (2019), B3 Biennale of Moving Images, Frankfurt, Germany (2022), Art Dubai in UAE (2022), Art Basel in Miami, USA (2021), Moscow International Contemporary Art Biennale in Moscow, Russia (2019), Nasimi Festival in Baku, Azerbaijan (2018), Gamma Festival in ST. Petersburg, Russia (2018), IF Istanbul International Film Festival in Istanbul, Turkey (2017), ACCU Festival in Prague, Czech Republic (2017), Dave Festival in Dresden, Germany (2017).
Dr Ivona Tau is a generative A.I. artist from Vilnius, Lithuania who works with neural networks as a medium in experimental photography and motion painting. Her goal is to find and evoke emotions through artificially intelligent tools, this way making them more human. She was awarded the best award in the Digital Ars 2020 contest for art created with AI, Computer Animation category award in Computer Space International Computer Art Forum 2021, elected as one of the TOP 10 Women in AI 2022 by Women in Tech foundation. Her work has been showcased and auctioned worldwide, including Sotheby’s X Burning Man, Frieze, Duran Arte y Subastas, Ars Electronica Garden NYC, Stratosphere Beijing, Crypto Art Week Asia, Athens Digital Art Festival, CAFA, Art Basel Miami and more.
Sasha Stiles is a first-generation Kalmyk-American poet, literary artist, AI researcher, and author of the “instant techno-classic” Technelegy, as well as co-founder of theVERSEverse. A pioneer of algorithmic authorship, blockchain poetics and publishing innovation, Stiles became the first writer to bring AI-powered literature to a major auction house when her poem, “COMPLETION: When it’s just you,” sold at Christie’s in 2022. Recent honors include a Future Art Award, nominations for the Forward Prize, Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net, and finalist status for the Christopher Smart Prize and Palette Emerging Poet Prize. Stiles has been invited to speak at Art Basel, The Brooklyn Museum, SXSW, Digilogue Istanbul, the Ai4 Summit, Miami Art Week, NFT.NYC and VCA Invites: London, and has exhibited at venues around the globe including Annka Kultys Gallery, Galerie Brigitte Schenk, Art Cologne, SuperRare Gallery, SCOPE Art Show, Superchief Gallery, the Carousel de Louvre, New York Fashion Week, the billboards of Shibuya, Tokyo, virtual Times Square, and elsewhere. A graduate of Harvard and Oxford, Stiles has served as Poetry Mentor to the humanoid android BINA48 since 2018, and lives near New York City with her husband and studio partner, Kris Bones.
Bay Backner is an artist working at the intersection of fine art and metaverse technologies. The theme of digital identity vs sociocultural identity is central to Bay’s work. Her pieces use oil paint, AI and metaverse installations to pull cultural archetypes into the exploratory space between physical and digital worlds. In her ongoing body of work on ‘the muse’, she paints real-life portraits of her ‘muses’ – women she has generated using AI technology – then disrupts their images through digital-physical interventions. Bay sees this as a way to disrupt her own relationship with the legacy muse-artist narrative.
Bay is co-founder of Vueltta, an international art collective producing immersive installations in the Decentraland metaverse. In 2022, her work was featured by Metaverse Art Week, NFT Show Europe, NFT Liverpool, ETH Barcelona and The Financial Times Digital Asset Summit. Bay has been active in decentralized technology since 2006, when she produced the first conference on open source mobile software in Silicon Valley. She still regularly consults on metaverse and web3 growth strategy for brands including DeFi ICOs, NFT platforms, social protocols and decentralised social enterprise. Bay both creates and collects NFTs on the Tezos and Polygon chains. As a collector, she focuses on emerging women artists, and her own work was selected for the Women’s Museum’s genesis NFT collection.
Willea Zwey is a multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Chicago. Drawing from her background in architecture, Willea’s artwork depicts otherworldly scenes with unconventional perspectives, surreal elements, and deep storytelling.
Since her 2021 debut in the digital art world, Willea's distinctive styles have gained global recognition, with her artwork auctioned on platforms including Sotheby's and exhibited worldwide, including Times Square, New York, Art Dubai, Digital Art Fair Hong Kong, NFT Paris, and Tokyo.
Forming a career through critiquing elitist rules of the art world, artist, art dealer, curator, writer, and critic Kenny Schachter navigates the monetary circulation of art in his work. Maintaining the role of both an insider and outsider in the contemporary art world, Schachter offers what he calls a different, atypical viewpoint of the art world as a person who didn’t learn its systems, including the secretive relationships, pricing, and silence. Through his work, Schachter makes clear the machinations of the art market, disintegrating the barriers for people not on the inside. Influenced by artists like Paul Thek and Vito Acconci, Schachter humorously exposes the good, bad, and ugly nature of the business with blunt candor in works like The Larry Joke (2018). He incorporates humor to direct stark critiques and subvert the seriousness that the art world upholds in an unpretentious manner.
Zigor is a renowned contemporary artist specialized in digital art. He was born in the 80's in a small town in the Basque Country, in a convulsive social and cultural time. With a curious and imaginative nature, since he was a child he felt the need to express himself through his creations. He experimented with plastic arts and noble materials until he found in digital art his true way of expression. At the age of 20 he moved to Barcelona, where he combined his studies with precarious jobs, while dedicating all the free hours he had left to perfect his true passion: the creation of characters.
Over time, and in a self-taught way, he ended up creating his own style, for which he is internationally recognized. During his time working in the world of animation and advertising, he has worked with companies such as Nickelodeon, Wicked and Prada. In 2020 he sold his first NFT and, since then, he has not stopped progressing as a digital artist reaping numerous successes and loyal collectors who love his characteristic style that perfectly combines sweetness and friendly punk with an artistic and technical quality of the highest level. Zigor has exhibited his works all over the world: NFT NYC, Artbabel Madrid, NFT Berlin, Awwwards Amsterdam, OFFF Sevilla, NXTMadrid, and Sothebys Paris.
GlitchOfMind (F.K.A. Leonel Piccardo) is a visual artist and photographer based in the Netherlands. He began his photography journey after moving to Amsterdam, focusing on portraiture and storytelling. Over time, inspired by surrealism, anime, and animation, led him to explore a more fantastical approach to his work. On his photography journey, GlitchOfMind has embarked on different projects creating portraiture and artworks that highlight the black queer community and explore themes of intimacy, self-exploration, and empowerment through his imagery which had led him to have the honor to exhibit in different locations.
As a 3D artist, GlitchOfMind uses a combination of photography, 3D art, and animation to create his artwork. He explores storytelling through themes of self-discovery, with his dreamy cinematic visuals being inspired by his personal experiences. Since 2021, GlitchOfMind has joined the NFT (crypto art) movement and has had his work exhibited in different countries and galleries, curating and co-curating exhibitions that celebrate and highlight queer artists in the NFT space. His work mainly consists of a mix of 3D, photography, and experiments with VR Sculpting and AI texture generated for costume designs for his 3D characters.
Florencia is an Argentine artist and visionary, who explores the intricate connections between the digital, virtual, and natural worlds through her innovative projects and installations. Her work delves into themes of time, perception, mortality, and parallel universes, consistently pushing boundaries and challenging conventions.In her immersive "Out-of-Body" installation, Florencia employs a visual algorithm to create a transformative experience that invites introspection and self-awareness. Her "Tension and Interlude" pliage works artfully fuse traditional artistic painting methods with modern technological concepts, showcasing her ability to bridge distinct realms of artistic expression. The "Being Human" collection offers an exploration of the essence of humanity, blending surreal and dreamlike visuals with cutting-edge AI technology. These captivating portraits serve as ontological gateways, encouraging viewers to embark on a journey of exploration and rediscovery. Florencia's thought-provoking piece, "Far From Home," presented at the Venice Biennale of Art, addresses global population migration through an interactive portal, providing a unique perspective on pressing global issues. Her work was featured in Venice Art Biennale, Centro Cultural Borges, International Houston Fine Art Fair, Kunsthalle Faust Hannover, Palazzo Zenobio, Berlin Art Spring, Venice Architecture Biennale, Evita Museum, Espacio Cultural Donceles 66 Mexico, Art Basel Miami and more. Florencia has been active in the Metaverse since 2004, when she produced the entire island for the America's Cup Valencia for Alcatel Lucent. She is co-founder of 9th.com, a metaverse and web3 company working for brands including Discovery Channel, the World Bank, Mediaset, Xbox, Alcatel Lucent, among others. Florencia both creates and collects NFTs on the Tezos and Polygon chains. As a collector, she focuses on fine-art artists entering the digital world. As an active member of prestigious art organizations and the co-founder of Decentral Art Pavilion, Florencia contributes to the development of the art community by participating as a speaker at various conferences like IKT & Plus Tate Talk, The Role of NFTs in Cultural Institutions, NFT.NYC London, Dubai Boulevart and more. Her commitment to artistic exploration and innovative expression makes her a true pioneer in the ever-evolving world of art and technology.
Vratislav Pecka (A.K.A. PosterLad) is a Czech artist whose work breathes new life into the traditional medium of posters. Pecka sees posters as a form of fine art, and his minimalist designs are visually stunning, captivating and delighting viewers. His success is all the more remarkable considering he originally planned to pursue a career in film. However, his passion for graphics won out, and he established himself as a graphic designer. In 2016, Pecka started the PosterLad project on Instagram. Ever since then, he made around 900 artworks which he sells as prints as well as NFTs at SuperRare.
PosterLad's artworks work have been exhibited around the world both physically and also virtually: The PosterLad cryptoart pieces were featured at The Burnt auction, France's first NFT auction, among the likes of Beeple, Fewocious, Larva Labs, and XCopy. His work was a part of NFT.NYC 2023 in New York as well as NFTs What the F**k in Andorra in 2022. He received a handful of major design awards for his traditional work.
For PosterLad, it's all about creating beauty and inspiring others. Influenced by the Bauhaus school, his goal is to visually impress his audience and find a balance between colors and composition in each of his posters.
Lance Weiler is a storyteller and emerging media artist working in film, theatre, games and code. He is Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University School of the Arts and serves as the director of the school's Digital Storytelling Lab.
An alumnus of the Sundance Screenwriting Lab, Weiler is recognized as a pioneer in mixing storytelling and technology. Wired magazine named him “one of 25 people helping to reinvent entertainment and change the face of Hollywood.”
His projects include Collapsus: The Energy Risk Conspiracy, Body/Mind/Change in collaboration with David Cronenberg, Frankenstein AI and Where There’s Smoke.
Painter Charles Clapshaw has been connecting creativity with technology for 25 years – from being a webmaster at the start of Web1 to building a Digital Arts Network in 26 countries and spending time as an augmented reality artist at Apple. He currently lives in the near future, where he is most comfortable in his studio with wet paint, custom ML models, and too many screens. Here, he is exploring the new medium(s) of reality, augmented art, and light, while also returning to painting throughout the process. Through this art, Charles seeks to share his experiences of being autistic with the neurodiverse world.
Kate Armstrong is a writer, artist and curator who has dedicated two decades to exploring the nexus of art and technology. Renowned as a pioneer in generative art and literature, her work spans generative text and image systems, speculative fiction, blockchain text-poetry, video, dynamic graphic novels, and location-aware fiction, among other conceptually driven hybrid forms. Her speculative provocation Report from Future Times, which takes the form of a video report by an unnamed source from the future who outlines the contours of a world transformed by artists and designers, was presented to the European League of Institutes of the Arts in 2021. Her poem I, Sinkhole, which is written on products in a Zazzle store - including a ping pong paddle, a trucker hat, and a shot glass – was part of Poeme Objkt Subjkt curated by the Verseverse for Librarie Metamorphose and L’Avant Gallerie Vossen in Paris and has been shortlisted for the 2023 Lumen Prize in Crypto Art.
Other works focus on creating narrative through recombinant text and image systems, such as Space Video (2012) that addresses ideas of inner and outer space exploration through a generative system that mixes an original non-linear narrative with YouTube videos uploaded in real time, and Why Some Dolls Are Bad (2007), a dynamically generated graphic novel built on the now-defunct public Facebook API that engages themes of ethics, fashion, and artifice in order to re-examine systems and materials such as mohair, contagion, and environmental decay. Other projects focus on generating narrative through dynamic inputs in physical space, such as PATH, a 12-volume bookwork with text generated by the movement of an anonymous individual living in the city of Montreal between 2005-2007, and PING (2003) which distributed psychogeographic commands to participants calling in to a custom software platform from their cell phones.
Armstrong has written for P.S.1/MoMa, Blackflash, Fillip, SubTerrain, and the Kootenay School of Writing, contributed to DAMP: Contemporary Vancouver Media Arts (Anvil Press, 2008), and is the editor of Ten Different Things (2018), Art and Disruption (2015), and Electric Speed (2013). She is the author of Crisis & Repetition: Essays on Art and Culture (Michigan State University Press, 2002) in addition to numerous essays. She contributed to For Machine Use Only: Contemplations on algorithmic epistemology (&&& c/o The New Centre for Research and Practice, 2016) and #WomenTechLit (West Virginia University Press, 2017). Other books include Medium (2011) and Source Material Everywhere (2011).
As a curator she has produced exhibitions, events and publications in contemporary art and technology internationally. She founded Upgrade Vancouver as part of an international network of art and technology organizations in 30 cities, and was a founder of the Goethe Satellite, an initiative of the Goethe Institut that produced ten exhibitions between 2011-2013. Armstrong was an Artistic Director of the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2015), which presented the work of over 150 artists in Vancouver in 2015.
Her exhibitions include the Contemporary Art Centre (Vilnius, Lithuania), Yerba Buena Centre (San Francisco), Psy-Geo-Conflux (New York), and Akbank Sanat (Istanbul), and her work was included in Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art 1905–2016 at the Whitney Museum in New York as part of Lorna Mills’ Ways of Something (2017). Armstrong’s artworks are held in collections including Rhizome, Turbulence, the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections at York University, the Rose Goldsen Archive at Cornell University, the Library of the Printed Web, and by collectors on Objkt.
Armstrong is Chair of the Acquisitions Committee at the Vancouver Art Gallery, leads the writing and research initiative AI Futures for Art and Design at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, and is engaged in making new work in the context of web3.
Mark Amerika is one of the pioneers of net art, glitch art and remix art. His work playfully investigates digital culture from the perspective of a language artist who uses fiction as his primary medium. His experimental audio-visual stories and online performances challenge the viewer to rethink their co-dependent relationship with network and mobile media while deconstructing the platforms, venues and cultural institutions these works operate in.
His artwork has been exhibited at the Whitney Biennial of American Art. Solo exhibitions of his work have taken place in venues such as the Denver Art Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, Greece, and the Marlborough Gallery in Barcelona, Spain.
He is the author of many books including his most recent title, My Life as an Artificial Creative Intelligence (Stanford University Press 2022).
Joëlle is a London-based artist and designer working in the realm of live visuals and performance where she explores the relationship between sound and form. Her focus is audiovisual synchronicity, shaping the invisible by giving sound a certain physicality. She’s interested in visually communicating the feelings she has when she listens to music, and exploring the connection between what she hears, feels and sees. Using frequencies and minimal structures, she creates compositions that are largely sculpted by sound.
She’s the visual artist for electronic musician and DJ Richie Hawtin, touring with him and developing live visuals for his DJ sets.
Her work has been exhibited at Digital Impact at the Disseny Hub Barcelona, Proof of People (London & New York), CORE Festival(Brussels), Athens Digital Arts Festival, Sónar Hong Kong and Digital Decade (London) as well as various online and IRL exhibitions curated by Unit London, Vertical Crypto Art, Refraction Festival, and others. She is a resident visual artist at FOLD, London—an artist-led, community-driven nightclub and arts space with a predominantly queer techno community.
Joëlle has been invited to speak at various editions of OFFF Festival(Mexico City, Lithuania, Seville, Barcelona, Moscow, Vienna), AdobeMax (Online), Adobe: The Future of Creativity (London), TOCA ME(Munich) and Mouvo (Prague). Commissions and collaborations include MIRA Festival (Barcelona) alongside Andy Stott, Re-Textured Festival (London), OFFF Mexico City with Aldo Aréchar and OFFF Barcelona with Joshua Davis.
Francien is a Dutch artist. She graduated from the Royal art academy in The Hague, obtaining a degree in Monumental art, which brought her to think conceptually and during which she discovered her fascination for the human body. A few years later, she picked up her passion for painting at The Free Academy of The Hague. She expressed her fascination for the human body in paintings with unusual body perspectives.
Soon her work was picked up by art collectors and art galleries. Her work became part of important Dutch art collections like the ING Collection and the former Scheringa collection. One of the better galleries in The Netherlands, Gallery Mokum in Amsterdam, picked up on the quality of her work and initiated a cooperation.
Francien’s career development brought her works to be shown at exhibitions like the art fair Scope Basel, the art fair Realisme Amsterdam, Robert Lange Studios in Charleston USA, From motion to Stillness Chicago at Zhou B art center, Townsend atelier Women painting women [r]evolution Tennessee US and recently an exhibition at Gallery Beinart named Strak realisme featuring Effie Pryer and Ville Lopponen .
She was nominated for the Dutch Portrait Award and shortlisted for the Figurativas 2017/ 2019/ 2020 at MEAM in Barcelona. Her work was published in the Beautifulbizarremagazine, Realisme today , Artists on art, Theguideartists, Boldbrush, Poets and artists and many more. Also her work was part of the MEAM exhibition Women painting women and Painting today and she published a book about her work in 2018.
jo+kapi is a collaboration between media artists and creative technologists Jo Ho & Kapilan Naidu. Along with creating new work using emerging technology to explore its effects on society and human perceptions of rapid mechanization and advancement of computational tools, jo+kapi also produce artist-led exhibitions to showcase media art in Singapore, a city that traditionally focuses on fine arts.
In the last two years, jo+kapi were granted funding from the National Art Council of Singapore to produce two exhibitions, the first, an installation-as-exhibition that critiques the perceived value of digital art, and the second, an exhibition with five new works exploiting real-time generation and/or automated tools.
Connie is an artist based in Los Angeles (b. Atlantic City, NJ), trained as a classical pianist and biomedical engineer. She is descended from the ancestral shamans of Taiwan. Working predominantly with artificial intelligence, she probes postcolonial narratives that emerge on the boundaries between the synthetic and organic, material and immaterial, the human and nonhuman. Her works often re-code language, lore, and ritual to unfold the binaries of colonial canon.
Her accolades include the Lumen Prize Crypto Art Award Shortlist with theVERSEverse, the Red Dot: Best of the Best Award for Concept Design and the International Takifuji Arts Award. Her artwork has exhibited with bitforms gallery, Feral File, the Knight Foundation, FEMGEN at Art Basel Miami, VellumLA, EPOCH Gallery, the MUD Foundation, MoCDA, NFCastle, Elsewhere Gallery in London and NYC, unpaired gallery in Zug, and SaloneSatellite in Milan. Her art and practice have been covered by Outland, Right Click Save, Forbes, and TechArt Talks. She is an alumna of the Wild XYZ residency, the VerticalCrypto Art residency, and NEW INC, the New Museum’s incubator for art, technology, and design. Connie holds degrees from Duke University and ArtCenter College of Design.
Ira is Director and Professor of the Center of Creative Computation, at SMU in Dallas, TX. His creative practice and research focus on the integration of traditional studio arts practices, primarily drawing and painting, with computation. He is the author of three texts on creative coding and computer science pedagogy, including the first major reference on the Processing language. His work is shown throughout the world, with an emphasis in recent years on blockchain art and generative AI.
Mark is a visionary in the intersection of art and technology, stands at the forefront as the founder of Felt Zine, an innovative internet artist collective renowned for its groundbreaking digital art, immersive experiences, and pioneering web3 and metaverse projects. His tenure as Senior Director of Innovation at the Museum of the African Diaspora showcased his exceptional ability to integrate cutting-edge AR/VR technologies, establishing a significant digital footprint. Furthermore, as the Creative Director and Head of Marketing and Digital Strategy at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Mark demonstrated unparalleled expertise in marrying digital strategy with artistic vision.
Currently, as the Director of Digital Content at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, he continues to push the boundaries of digital and traditional art, fostering a space for innovation and cultural exploration. Mark's work not only enriches the cultural landscape but also inspires future generations to explore the limitless possibilities of artistic creation.
Emi is Tokyo-based multidisciplinary artist, who employs AI to explore the intersections of retro-futurism and modern technological acceleration. By merging past and future aesthetics she challenges our perceptions of art and technology.
Her unique AI-infused art has graced the cover of WWD Japan and been featured in Christie's and Gucci auctions. Internationally recognized, her work has been exhibited at venues such as the Saatchi Gallery and the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, and has been collected in more than a dozen countries around the world.
Emi is co-founder of Web3 Anime Project Shinsei Galverse, CEO of Fictionera Co., Ltd. and co-director of Wagami Labs Co., Ltd. In addition to her visual arts career, Emi is the lead singer and self-producer for Satellite Young, a band that creatively reinterprets 80s J-POP styles through a modern, technologically-driven, sci-fi lens. This innovative approach has garnered international recognition, including an appearance at SXSW 2017, and extends their creativity to installations.
Emi's work was exhibited among others at Art Basel Miami 2023 (Ferena Forum), Long Live London (Saatchi Gallery), or "Christie's 3.0 presents Future Frequencies: Explorations in Generative Art and Fashion in collaboration with Gucci" (Rockefeller Center).
The Viennese Georg Eckmayr is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher and lecturer. He studied digital art at the class of Peter Weibel under whose supervision he also completed and defended his doctoral thesis on technical images.
As an artist, he is interested in the (non-conscious) interconnection of physical and machine-based perception. To address this field his art operates with contrasts and ambivalences, with contradiction as a productive force. Georg specializes in moving imagery, films and installations in space or in the form of coded structures. He also uses sculptural approaches, scientific methods, documentary and journalism to produce a body of work, coming full circle despite its multiformity.
He participates in workshops, lectures, exhibitions and festivals around the world, and also publishes papers and articles as a researcher. In 2008, he received the Saatchi Gallery ́s Showdown award for photography in London. Currently he is working on research on digital knowledge production and distribution.
Francois is a French artist and filmmaker, who creates short films, video installations and photographs. His work explores spatial and spatiotemporal distortion by combining bold optical captures and digital tools to create surreal works. His empirical approach humorously and poetically questions the connections between individuals, their environment, and time.
In the early 1990s, Francois collaborated on visual effects for films. Recognized internationally, he was sought after as a director by numerous production companies in the United States for his talent in creating poetic worlds and inventing innovative visual effects processes.
Simultaneously, he developed an eclectic artistic practice in the field of visual arts, which he presented at international art festivals. His works (photographs, experimental films, interactive installations) were exhibited and broadcasted in cultural institutions in France and abroad and are part of the collections of national museums and private collections (Centre des Arts d’Enghien-les-Bains, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d’Archéologie Joseph Déchelette, Villa Balthazar de Valence, Yuki Terrace de Sapporo, So`ho House in Los Angeles...).
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