Jan 12, 2023 · 01:02:00
Matt tells us about his long history with computers, coding, and art, and how his practice has evolved of the last year on fx(hash).
Jan 10, 2023 · 00:51:13
By investigating museum acquisitions and art auction results Halpern and Burns have key - and frankly depressing - answers about how reflective these key components of the public sphere are of the racial and gender make-up of the world we live in
Jan 04, 2023 · 01:40:00
Fontana by Harvey Rayner with special guest Harvey Rayner A deep dive into the long-form generative art collection Fontana by Harvey Rayner (patterndotco) with the master artist himself Harvey Rayner joining us!
Dec 21, 2022 · 01:05:34
Claire Silver is one of the best-selling AI NFT artists. Her Genesis piece on SuperRare sold for 52 ETH, and top sales on her "AI Art Is Not Art" collection have sold for over 30 ETH
Dec 16, 2022 · 00:58:54
In this episode I talk to all around good guy, Liam Egan. Liam is long time member of the generative art community and has been involved with FX Hash since its inception
Dec 14, 2022 · 01:48:08
Part 2 of our listing series, we get through roughly another third of the wallet.
Dec 14, 2022 · 01:11:00
Chris McCully veteran fx(hash) creator, joins the WTBS crew in a special interview episode. Chris talks to us about his background in film and design and how it shaped his early success on the platform.
Dec 12, 2022 · 01:47:05
Will and Trinity delve into the WTBS donation wallet and start the process of listing the pieces. Tons of nostalgia to be had here!
Dec 09, 2022 · 00:59:37
In this episode I talk to HAL09999, a French generative artist. HAL has released a few projects on fxhash.xyz and also releases works on objkt.com
Dec 08, 2022 · 1:21:54
A special episode with generative artist William Mapan. We hear about his journey into web3 and NFTs, how Pokemon inspired the collection, and how he approaches his art. We then breakdown this fxhash masterpiece. Another special one for us as William is P's favorite artist and it was our first Tezos based collection deep dive!
Nov 30, 2022 · 01:08:00
As 2022 quickly comes to a close, we could not be more excited to bring you an interview with Landlines Art. Barely an episode passes where we do not reference at least one Landlines project, so suffice to say we are huge fans of his work
Nov 28, 2022 ·
Videos from Deep Creativity about Art, Aesthetics and Creativity
Nov 25, 2022 · 0:59:30
In this episode we talk to Lars Wander, a generative artist based in New York City. We chat about his role at Google, his experience making "How You See Me" series, his recent exhibition in London, him being a part of Art Basel Miami, Paul's birthday gift and bunch of other fun stuff. No more spoilers, have a listen.
Nov 18, 2022 · 00:59:41
In this episode I talk to the three artists that are exhibiting in Systematic Premeditation, an exhibition in my gallery sp2.berlin. ciphrd, Ryan Bell and Leander Herzog and I talk about all kinds of shit, including how the exhibition came about, how/why ciphrd started fxhash, how they come to use specific programming languages for their art, their thoughts on marketplaces and their role in the art world, and other stuff. It was great for me to have this experience. Sorry for the technical difficulties in the middle there, the joys of live radio…
Nov 17, 2022 · 1:03:34
WTBS is celebrating a year of fx(hash) with platform founder, and returning guest, ciphrd. We look back at how some of the features from 1.0 have played out so far, talk about the greater crypto/NFT market, and then look ahead at what's to come still for fx(hash) in year 2. We are very excited and intrigued by fx(params) and the economics behind mint passes!
Nov 11, 2022 · 00:59:41
Hosted by Kenconsumer, this episode was originally broadcast live on www.keithfem.com on November 10, 2022. Arbitrarily Deterministic focuses on the intersection between art, technology and popular culture and the people who help blur those lines. In this episode I talk to THE Reverend Dan Catt. Yes, he is a real Reverend. We talk about who he is, why I have him on the show, community curation, some required reading for anyone getting into generative art and wants to curate, music, the future of the internet, art, and he does an incredible rendition of John Cage's masterpiece 4'33". Who knew he had such a silky smooth voice?
Nov 09, 2022 · 01:17:00
The biggest podcast crossover in GenArt history! We discuss all things art, markets, collecting thesis, and staying excited about NFTs and generative art in the bear market.
Oct 28, 2022 · 00:59:29
In this episode we talk to Zeneca, mastermind behind the Zen Academy and one of the hosts of Two Bored Apes podcast.
Oct 26, 2022 · 01:19:00
Artist and fan-of-the-show Leander Herzog drops into the virtual studio to talk about his generative art philosophy, love of fxhash, and challenges making sense of the markets.
Oct 21, 2022 · 00:57:55
In this episode I talk to artist Antti Pussinen and gallerist Luisa Catucci about what its like to stage a generative art show in an IRL gallery. We get off on to many other tangents, but those tangents are interesting and somehow get back on track.
Oct 14, 2022 · 00:59:51
In this episode we talk to ClownVamp, a collector and an AI Artist that is pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with cryptoart and NFTs. He has two main collections on Tezos, "The Truth" and "Detective Jack",
Oct 05, 2022 · 00:56:00
WTBS sits down with fxhash team member and community code doctor... Liam Egan! We talk about Liam's path to joining the fxhash team, how his earliest collaborations came about, moderating, scam busting, "Going Big" and much much more.
Sep 30, 2022 · 00:59:20
In this episode we talk to generative artists Mikkel Hartmann and pxlshrd. Both artists have released work, thus far, exclusively on the Tezos blockchain.
Sep 23, 2022 · 00:59:39
In this episode we talk to Tom aka pixelwank. Tom is a generative artist releasing works, thus far, exclusively on the Tezos blockchain.
Sep 14, 2022 · 00:59:12
WTBS is bringing you another special collector interview! We sit down with Didi aka Lemonde2d and walk through his whirlwind history collecting generative art on fxhash.
Sep 02, 2022 · 00:59:22
In this episode we talk to Ryan Bell, aka iryanbell. Ryan is a generative artist releasing works, thus far, exclusively on the Tezos blockchain
Aug 26, 2022 · 00:58:54
In this episode I talk to Tyler Boswell, aka teaboswell. Tyler is a generative artist releasing works pretty much exclusively thru FX Hash. We discuss his path to generative art, what he finds interesting, what inspires him, his working process with ajberni for the TENDER X collab "Love" and I ask the hardest question- why hasn't he visited the Mob Museum?
Aug 24, 2022 · 01:08:00
The day has finally come... WTBS sits down (virtually) with the legend herself, Lisa Orth. In this episode we dive into Lisa's story and her history with art, the origin of her signature color palette, any why Tezos is punk.
Aug 19, 2022 · 00:59:36
Hosted by Kenconsumer with co-host Paul and special guest Aleksandra Jovanic, the Season 2 premiere was originally broadcast live on www.keithfem.com on August 18, 2022.
Aug 10, 2022 · 01:19:00
Will and Trinity sit down with AJBerni to learn the story of TENDER. Adam shares his background in art and design, how Tender collaborations work, the decision to sell the Tender Pass, and what we have to look forward to over the second half of the year.
Aug 05, 2022 · 00:08:56
Chromie Squiggle is an instantly iconic generative artwork. Created by Erick Calderon, perhaps better known as SnowFro as the first project on Art Blocks, Chromie Squiggle combines generative mechanics, pop art aesthetics, and blockchain distribution to create lasting and compelling outputs, becoming a symbol for generative art more widely along the way.
Jul 08, 2022 · 0:1:32
A History of Generative Art charts the development of automated art production in an exhibition with an online auction.
Jun 19, 2022 · 00:50:16
An Historical Journey of Art and Technology (Tezos x Art Basel - Basel 2022)
Jun 15, 2022 · 01:03:00
Trinity and Will are joined by the fxhash master of murals, Anna Lucia! Huge thank to Anna for taking the time to join us for this interview
May 27, 2022 · 00:59:29
Episode 13, the final episode of Season 1, features generative artist and FX Hash community legend, rudxane. We discuss his involvement in the generative art platform FX Hash, his involvement in the greater generative art movement, his favorite artist, his work, and his relationship to music, and some other stuff.
May 25, 2022 · 01:11:00
Special bonus interview with Piter Pasma! Piter has been making art with code for decades, but you may know him best for the work he has released on fxhash (Hypergiraffe, Dot Produkt, Angry Noise, Gonzion) and Art Blocks (Skulptuur).`
May 18, 2022 · 01:12:00
Will and Trinity talk with ClownVamp, new-ish and notorious-ish collector on fxhash. We learn a bit about his background in NFTs, philosophy on collecting and flipping, Pokemon card pack-busting, our favorite artists on fxhash, the impact of royalties on secondary volume and the impending eth collector invasion
May 13, 2022 · 01:00:00
Episode 12 features generative artist and rogue architect Kwame Bruce Busia (aka Studio Yorktown). In the episode, we discuss Bruce's journey into creating NFTs on Ethereum and the Tezos blockchains, how he found FX Hash, what his process for creation is, what's going on in Abu Dhabi, how his philosophy around rules informs his creative process and what he's up to now.
Apr 29, 2022 · 00:57:43
In the episode, we discuss Danielle's journey into NFTs, her past at Lehmann Brothers, PS1 and MOMA, her experience on fx hash and with the TENDER Collective, as well as her philosophy around collecting art among other things. Just so we are all aware, her favorite color is blue, not purple.
Apr 20, 2022 · 01:00:00
Amy Goodchild comes by for a conversation about the intersection of Art and Code. In this interview we discuss Amy's background in art, installation and design, as well as Amy's Maplands project and blog post.
Apr 15, 2022 · 01:00:00
Episode 10 features generative artist, philosopher, and opinionist Marcelo Soria Rodriguez (aka msoriaro). Marcelo and I discuss many things surrounding his inspiration for his generative art pieces, his process of creation, his general philosophy behind why he makes what he makes and what he's up to now and in the near future.
Apr 08, 2022 · 00:59:19
Episode 9 features generative artist Toiminto. Toiminto was in town for the Bright Moments opening and stopped by the studio to chat about his process, what he's worked on, what has influenced him over time, who is influencing him at the moment, and where he sees himself in this whole thing.
Apr 01, 2022 · 00:59:38
Episode 8 features generative artist and Tezos Baker, punevyr. We discuss his involvement in the generative art platform, FX Hash, his involvement in Tezos ecosystem, Katy Perry, how he came to be the most collected artist on FX Hash, art he likes and his currently unnamed 1/1 marketplace on the Tezos blockchain.
Mar 25, 2022 · 00:54:59
Episode 7 features tender.art founder ajberni (Adam). Adam and I discuss how he came up with Tender, the importance of curatorial concepts in generative art, his vision for Tender, the Tender Fund, upcoming collaborations as well as many other things.
Mar 23, 2022 · 01:09:00
That's right folks the man himself Ciphrd is on the show for this special bonus interview episode. Absolutely thrilled to have the creator of fx(hash) join us to discuss fx(hash) present and future. An absolute must listen episode.
Mar 18, 2022 · 00:59:44
Episode 6 features generative artist Abstractment (aka Preston). Preston and I discuss his path as a generative artist, where he feels he is positioned in the space, who and what some of his influences are, the Clew Crew discord, his future plans and many other things.
Mar 04, 2022 · 00:58:49
Marcel is a well known figure in the world of digital and code art, having 10+ years of experience in the realm. On this episode we discuss his NFT series 'Upward Spiral', his fascination with plotter printers, his opinions on generative art, his recent Tezos hackathon win, Hic Et Nunc and the community, fxhash, and a few other things.
Mar 02, 2022 · 00:52:00
Willpop and Trinity interview Kaloh, the prolific writer known for his work covering the NFT space at kaloh.xyz. We discuss Kaloh's recent fxhash genesis project, Impossible Sneakers, the current state of the fxhash market + where we might be headed, the impact of bots on the health of the platform, what makes an artist successful
Feb 25, 2022 · 00:59:22
Episode 4 features New Zealand based generative artist Rich Poole. Best known for his Gen.Art drop, Toha, Rich and I discuss how he came to be a generative artist, starting with this love for Warhammer figurines, to plotter printing, to EthBlockArt, to today. Rich tells us a bit about other projects on FX Hash and also mentions an upcoming drop on Gen.Art on March 2, 2022.
Feb 24, 2022 · 00:58:29
Kevin chats with Chicago native Matt Kane, whose artistic journey spans 20 years -- from traditional oil painting to generative art he creates with his own homebrewed tools.
Feb 23, 2022 · 00:59:25
Willpop and Trinity interview MJLindow, the artist behind Jardin, Waiting in Afton, Beyond, Lepidoptera, Stippled Impressions, Caught In A Void and Kunza. We talk about his path to becoming a generative artist, success, expectations, goals, and get extremely rough estimate of when his next project may release on fxhash.
Feb 18, 2022 · 00:59:32
Episode 3's guest co-host Somaticbits and I welcome Aleksandra Jovanic, a Professor of New Media at the FFA in Belgrade, as she discusses her involvement in making art using the technological tools and knowledge of coding, she has at her disposal. We discuss the generative art scene and its place in the greater art world.
Feb 11, 2022 · 00:50:28
Investor, writer, and art collector Adam Lindemann chats with Kevin about his early social life with icons such as Andy Warhol and the modern traditional art world. Here, Adam shares his exciting perspectives on the similarities and differences between traditional and NFT art, and shares the details of his gallery's Chromie Squiggles exhibition.
Feb 09, 2022 · 01:08:00
Trinity and WillPOP interview abstractment, the artist behind the breakthrough Clew project and the #clewcrew. Abstractment (Preston) fills us in on some of his global background and history with art, his journey as a collector and coder, and how he found success as a new creator on fxhash.
Feb 04, 2022 · 00:55:29
Episode 2's guest Ada of ada-ada-ada.art, discusses the NFT space in general, her usage of data science to visualize matters she is interested in, her involvement in fxhash.xyz (a generative art platform on the Tezos blockchain) and where she sees herself in this whole thing.
Jan 26, 2022 · 01:04:00
Our first interview with KenConsumer from the Discord community. Huge thanks to Ken for agreeing to come on the show and talk candidly about his experience in the traditional art world and his approach to collecting.
Jan 14, 2022 · 01:12:00
The first episode has long time art market veteran, and recent NFT zealot, Kenny Schacter on as the guest. Kenny discusses his involvement in the art market, his recent foray into NFTs and his exhibition at Nagel Draxler in Berlin.
Dec 18, 2021 · 00:35:00
A chat with Yi-Wen Lin about his first eight projects on fxhash
Sep 21, 2021 · 01:10:00
Artist Spotlight: Ringers with Dmitri Cherniak Kevin interviews Dmitri Cherniak, creator of the Ringers project. The Ringers series comprises 1,000 generative art NFTs made up of automatically generated "strings and pegs.”
Aug 01, 2021 · 00:46:22
Sebastian Brocher talks to Kevin about his early ethereum generative art project, CryptoArte. According to minting dates on the blockchain, this is the second generative art project known to exist on ethereum.
Jun 29, 2021 · 00:40:21
Pioneering generative artist Tyler Hobbs talks to Kevin about his history, how he mixes his hand drawings with algorithms, the tools he uses, the rare attributes his collectors are excited about, and the other NFT artists he most respects.
Apr 01, 2021 · 01:03:00
Art Blocks mastermind Erick (aka Snowfro) joins Kevin to discuss the ins and outs of generative art, the innovations that make it so exciting and accessible, and why NFTs that can be recreated from their fingerprints on the blockchain are poised to be the most resilient art in human history.
Nov 01, 2020 · 00:46:05
Ruth and Tim speak to artist & creative coder Matt Delauries about his process, goals when creating, and all things generative art. For those that don't know Matt, his open-source code around generative art is a great place to start, as well as his many many conference talks and workshops, and of course all the beautiful beautiful art.
Aug 01, 2020 · 00:31:20
Ruth and Tim sit down with the very talented Sharell Bryant! We talk about Sharell's stunning audio explorations on the web. As well as keeping motivated and on track with side projects, different ways to learn and grow, which tools you can utilize to help along the way!
Dec 01, 2019 · 00:40:29
Ruth and Tim have a big chat with Jake Albaugh, creative coder, experimenter & mad scientist who can hear colors. His projects expand across a broad range of topics with the web in common.
Sep 01, 2019 · 00:41:01
Our first guest! The talented Charlie Gleason joins us and chats about his journey into creative coding and the things he has built. All the way through Actionscript, sound engineering, design and of course there's some generative art in there!