The European Blockchain Center is proud to have hosted the Open ITU: NFT Panel Debate: From cave paintings to pixel art – NFTs as a game changer in art (history).
Bored Ape Yacht Club, Beeple, and Crypto Punks: Non-fungible tokens (`NFTs´) have influenced the way art is created, sold, exhibited, and perceived. But how exactly has the NFT craze changed art and art history?
The European Blockchain Center welcomed four experts on the topic who discussed NFT in the art industry:
Jonas Kasper Jensen (NFT Artist and Research Fellow at the European Blockchain Center) explained how the medium NFT has influenced his work as an artist.
Patricia Breinholm Nielsen (Curator at Martin Asbæk Gallery) shared her experience with NFTs as a gallery curator.
Lotte Philipsen (Associate Professor in Art History at Aarhus University) toke the theoretical approach to crypto art as an art historian.
Leslie Schmidt (former Head of Visitor Experience at Brandts Museum) discussed the impact of NFTs on the museum world and its visitors.
After the panel discussion, drink and snacks was served in the atrium of ITU.
It was possible to registre for the event here on our Eventbrite
Time and place
September 14th, 2022, 5 pm
Auditorium 2, IT University of Copenhagen
Rued Langgaards Vej 7, 2300 København S