It’s no secret the crypto industry has a representation problem.
And that means that so too does the nascent crypto-art world, according to the founders of the digital art collective GXRLS Revolution.
“Regarding the lack of visibility of women, the state of crypto art is much worse than traditional art,” curator, collector, and co-founder of GXRLS Revolution Annelise Stern told Decrypt.
Stern, Jessy Jeanne, along with three other curators, Joséphine Louis, Léa Duhem, and Marie-Odile, selected 25 female and non-binary artists to create artwork for the occasion.
Exploring the theme of identity, the artworks offer a wide range of genres, inspirations, and techniques.
Jenni Pasanen created a Pegasus-inspired artwork combining digital painting and AI, while Elni Tomadaki exhibited a drawing paying homage to Magritte. Megan Laurent took another point of view with her work mixing autoportrait photography and AI.
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