NFTDay: Can NFTs Coexist with Physical Art?

It is our sort of unique position, I think, you know, within the art world. So live some five founders founded art with decades of experience at, you know, celebrities, Christie’s real sort of top art institutions. And that real grounding in art helps bridge the art world with the crypto blog. And the thing that we’re focusing on is sort of top a top curated, you know, Web 3 experience.

A, you know, highly aesthetic art buying journey if you like that. I think, you know, other sorts of more significant NFT art marketplaces don’t have. So we are, yeah, just bringing top-quality works by some top artists worldwide to users and our community.

I like that it’s also affiliated with top institutions, which ensure authenticity in what we do, and This is why we are also glad that we’re partnering with life at X. So I’m moving on to the artist right now. Knee, I would like to start with you, and the first question would be for me to understand. When you first learnt about NFT, how did you know about the intricacies and do you have any exciting experiences you can share with us?

I think about anything because someone reached out to me from Japan. Before, it became a huge deal. And the person was begging me to get on board. Any exercise will be the next big thing, but I was very sceptical, so I ignored the person.

Then I think it became the following year, like five months later.

What’s it become?

He reached out to me again. I just gave myself pointers.

How to get started gets me wallets and all these things. I think an exciting experience would be when I sold my first NFT.

Okay, thank you, Nee. Hi Oladapo, I’m trying some questions for you. So when was the first time you heard about it, and what personal experience can you share with us?

The first time I came across an FC will be in early 2021 because I just released the 11:11 projects, which, as I mentioned, was Africa’s first documented reality. Hence, it’s like the first time someone out of here will be doing augmented reality, and then I started doing it. You know, I started gathering all 11 artworks and making them.

But I’m excited to dive in and into a little bit more. So again, if you could reshape the space and via people, bring your dog, bring your auntie, bring whoever you’ve got to bring and let’s and we’ll get the party started. We’ll start in about 3 to 5 minutes, but I appreciate your coming. What comes to my, what came to my mind more so was sort of like the similarities and essential, the importance of like stressing those. I think you know it’s crucial to remember that when we’re talking about NFT’s and physical art, we’re still talking about art in both instances. You understand in focus on the differences between them, which you know there are differences, there’s the materiality, there’s you know, I think a different typically sort of different types and grow.

Physical art often has a higher price point and a more closed-off community. But you know, the similarities, I think, between the two. Artists are, you know, ultimately interested in creation in any form, and collectors are interested in art. And so, whether physical or digital, it shouldn’t, you know, ultimately matter. And you know, digital art and the blockchain is just bringing rise to a more variety of art, you know, this new.

Genre. So I answered your question with the differences and some similarities.

Yes, you have. Thank you. And I think you and maluco have, um, covered that area. So I’ll move forward to the artist to find out what the pros and cons of NFT are compared to physical art. Would you like to go first?

So basically, one thing I want to start with is that nfts is not correct. So in the basic sense, NFC is not art, but when we now decide to.

Using blockchain technology, energy technology will now try to use as art. We now try to go back. We’re not trying to use our skill, present it, or present our art utilising that platform. Yeah, present our art utilising that platform.

I don’t see many pros and cons in that regard because in the art world, in the physical art world, we are yet to define pros and cons in the physical outward. So if we now, if we now understand that we are yet to define pros and cons in the fiscal outward, we still have so many arguments with an IR, with non-I, with what is real and what is not accurate. So even now, take that background and not put it on.

We can understand the pros and cons of using any FTS as art because it’s like I I suffered, I would say suffer. But as I experienced, people copied my works outrightly, put them on the same platform, and sold them. Even before I listed a particular project already saw it. Like because the project was out there on my website, I was sending physical pieces, but that the the the individual are they like going to list it.

It didn’t feel right, but it could have sold right, and there wasn’t. There would have been no way I’ll track that. I’m saying like that particular incidence. It’s not; it’s not, it’s not fat face like it also happens in the physical world whereby people just pirates and other artists work and sell it in another country far away that the artists will never know about. So I feel like if you are still not, even if we’ve still not been able to figure out the pros and cons for physi, understanding that NFC is not artworks and knowledge in the NFC space.

What is what happens in the real world will continue to happen in the NFC space. And because of the advantage of NFT being so open, accessible, easy to use, and easy to create, you know it will only make things like it will open. It will open new paths to things we don’t understand. That’s the way I like to see it. I don’t, ” Oh say like, there’s something artist should do or there is a distant attitude. I feel like right now, creators should really.

That’s a fascinating perspective, and I’d like to know if he agrees. I mean, when you said NFT is not sunny, what would? What would you say to the question? And also, responding to what Apple has said, what do you think are the pros and cons of NFT compared to physical art?

I agree with what he has said in terms of the definition. I feel like NFT is a technology.

They cause it’s not just art. You can also turn into an NFT, but I think that’s the fastest consumable thing you can turn into an NFC. So I think it’s more of the technology, just like the one when you know I need to add. So I think you would have first to find out the pros and cons.

Of arts itself. I don’t know that there are any cons to arts, because art is an expression and I.

And with the big belief that anything anyone creates can be asked depending on whoever is viewing it from whatever lens. So I can’t say there’s any corner of physical art or art. I also agree with the fact that someone can.

Probably meet your work from another place, and there’s almost little to no way of tracking.

The person is annoying, which is because the platform is decentralised. He gave me the definition of NFT Zan and how it’s not art, and it’s just that you can turn artwork into an NFT, but I think it’s all just language; it’s how people interpret it.

Where are your works? And sometimes he’s lucky that they listen in cases where someone prioritised always working and made close, like Tano.

Well, they are, I mean, assistants, so there’s that.

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Originally posted 2022-12-04 03:41:10.

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