San Francisco’s Ever Gold Projects is currently hosting a groundbreaking exhibition featuring projected non-fungible artworks by KATSU. Entitled “BITS,” the presentation spotlights four new crypto pieces under a series called DARK TECH 1 by the celebrated graffiti artist and technologist. More precisely, the exhibition is centered around a multi projection-based installation that showcases four versions of a conjoined Elon Musk with a demonic second self in varying rare earth elements.
The artworks is also being offered on the SuperRare platform as limited collectible tokens. These NFTs are the same digital media that are projected inside the gallery for the installation. A percentage of the proceeds from the total sale of ”BITS” will be donated to the Open Earth Foundation to offset the carbon footprint of this exhibition.
KATSU is the rising new media artist that is based in New York City. His practice involves merging traditional art with innovative technological mediums such as spray-painting drones as well as creating public interventions that raise awareness on diverse topics including commercialism, privacy and digital culture. His “BITS” exhibition is currently on view through May 1.
Get a closer look at the “BITS” exhibition in the video below and then head to Ever Gold Projects’ website for more information. In other NFT-related stories, Funko will explore selling its popular figurines as NFTs.
Ever Gold Projects
1275 Minnesota St.
San Francisco, CA 94107