As we head toward the end of the year, it’s been a good time to reflect upon the year. Despite the volatility in the world, I’m thankful for the continued support from the wonderful curators and artists in the Feral File community. They have invested in our vision of making digital art more accessible to experience and collect.
But before we close out the year, we still have two more exhibitions coming up.
Opening on November 21 is Peer to Peer, minted on Ethereum, with the Buffalo AKG Art Museum (formerly the Albright-Knox Art Gallery), curated by Dr. Tina Rivers Ryan. I could fill this entire newsletter with thoughts about the show, but I’ll link to our announcement email instead. If you’re in Miami for Art Basel at the end of this month, join AKG and Feral File at the Peer to Peer Launch Party. Attendees will receive an exclusive digital souvenir that’s connected to the heritage of the Museum, which is reopening early next year. I can’t share what it is, but it’s worth your time to get to the party. The exhibition is a fundraiser for the museum — by collecting, you’re directly impacting the museum and its future support for the digital art we love.
Next week, we will also unveil a special gift for those who can’t join us in Miami and more details around collecting the exhibit.
Our second exhibition is a solo show with a Feral File alumnus curated by different Feral File alumnus, opening on December 8. We’ll have more on that soon — it’s worthy of its own email.
ICYMI, our work with MoMA, Refik Anadol, and AKG were discussed in this recent New York Times article. Last year, we were proud to present Anadol’s Unsupervised. This year, from November 19 (tomorrow) to March 05, 2023, Unsupervised will be viewable at MoMA’s Gund Lobby. As with the AKG party in Miami, visitors will receive an exclusive NFT gift from our digital art wallet Autonomy in this collaboration with MoMA.
Hint: you may want to visit the installation multiple times in the coming months….I’ll be there opening weekend to claim my gift.