Welcome to yet another episode of ArtBox DMV. In this episode Jason met up with Henry Mandell at the opening of a group show that he was in at the Seattle NFT Museum. Henry’s works are creations of his ongoing survey of contemporary artistic practices, scientific principles, the human condition and their the effects they have on our lives. He was trained as a traditional painter and printmaker, he uses computer software to build engrossing abstract imagery. They talk about that and rules of design elements, when a piece of art is finished and of course, his words of advice. If you want to learn more about his work and see it, head to his website at HenryMandell.com. Henry is also on instagram at henrymandellstudio. And a huge thank you to Henry for taking the time to the interview. Until next time thank you for listening!
Welcome to ArtBoxDMV! In this episode Jason talks to Bard Ionson. Bard Is a digital artist who’s work is inspired by Nam June Paik and John Cage, as well as many others. His work is a blend of tangible, sensory, electronic and spiritual worlds with a dose of Artificial Intelligence.They talk about Bard’s most recent series as well as themes that can be found in the work, along with the impact of A.I. To learn more about Bard’s work, go to bardionson.com as well as twitter and Instagram @bardionson. Thank to Bard for taking time to talk with Jason. And thank you for listening and enjoy the interview.
Hello and welcome to an ArtBoxDMV special. In this special episode, Jason talks to Cynthia Gayton. They talk about NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) what are they, who can benefit from NFTs and why get involved with NFTs. So a disclaimer and some transparency. Cynthia is Jason’s wife. Her career as a lawyer includes looking out for artists and other creators and will always be in the fore front of her mind. Cynthia has been on several panel discussions on this and similar topics in resent years. She also was a co-host of a podcast called Art on the Blockchain with DJ J-Scrilla. Oh and so here’s the disclaimer. This interview is not investment or legal advice and was made for entertainment purposes only. Please consult with professionals who may provide you with guidance based on your specific circumstances. With all that being said, a huge thank you to Cynthia for sitting down with me to talk about NFTs and blockchain. By the way, you should go and check out her twitter feed at @Squizzi To hear past episodes of ArtBox, head on over to the web site at ArtBoxDMV.com and ArtBoxDMV is on Instagram at ArtBoxDMV.Until next time thank you for listening.
Jason does a quick round up of the Virtual Art Fairs happening this week and weekend for 2020. As you know many of the fairs this year are happening virtually so let’s sit back and hear Jason talk about what’s he seen and know about.