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GAZELL.iO is happy to current a solo presentation and NFT drop of trailblazing Azerbaijani digital artist Orkhan Mammadov (Sales space X-15 at Artwork Dubai). The exhibition and NFT drop, Singularity in Heritage, derives from his ongoing analysis undertaking and autonomous AI artwork, first proven on the Venice Modern Artwork Biennale in 2019 and the Moscow Worldwide Artwork Biennale. This NFT drop consists of a sequence of video works and stills, ensuing from an AI algorithm designed by the artist to grasp and discover similarities between carpet designs and conventional ornaments. After processing over 150,000 archival photographs of carpets, rugs, kilims, miniature work, and decorative patterns present in museums and libraries worldwide, a neural community computing system brings collectively the heritage by a digital lens, enabling the viewer to come across the visible historical past of conventional carpets. Mammadov revives a “tangible” cultural heritage and turns it into the first-ever carpets and Center-Jap-inspired wall designs within the Metaverse.
The NFT drop assortment contains of 333 distinctive NFTs break up into 3 totally different themes that Mammadov has explored all through his inventive profession; carpets, Persian miniatures, and oriental patterns all relationship Pre-Islam. Inside every class there’s a vary of movies and nonetheless photographs accessible at quite a lot of costs from .1 ETH for the nonetheless photographs, to 5ETH for the total 3 minute, 4k decision NFTs in an try to make the sequence accessible to a breadth of collectors. The drop will probably be dwell from the ninth of March. The NFTs will probably be on bodily show accessible for the general public to view at Artwork Dubai Digital from March Eleventh- Thirteenth and the World of Web3 summit, positioned at Burj Park Dubai, from the Thirteenth-Sixteenth March.
Orkhan Mammadov’s observe focuses on the illustration of Jap tradition by revolutionary art-making strategies. Born and raised in Azerbaijan’s culturally wealthy Ganja metropolis which gifted to the world poets reminiscent of Mahsati and Nizami Ganjavi, Orkhan was within the concept of preserving and regenerating historical past, society, and nationwide id by creating AI generated artwork. By means of robust research-based observe, Orkhan’s works undeniably show the importance of the traditions and historical past, to understanding and caring for the legacy of tangible and intangible heritage from the Center East and historical Persia. Internationally, he’s acknowledged by his placing visuals and interactive set up, reminiscent of within the latest sequence of AI-generated work Repetition (2018-present), which explored the alienation and escapism felt by a disaffected and displaced tradition that forged itself as a fictional however bodily aspect. The interaction between digital and actual worlds, utopia and dystopia, and the previous and the current would stay main themes for Mammadov, as his cultural commentary stays a constant focus. Orkhan concentrates on the intricacies of Center Jap patterns and kilim motifs, somewhat than popularised widespread leitmotifs, as he sees the visible tradition of the center east as an emblem of the varied cultural wealth from the traditional historical past of the Center East.
Orkhan emerged into the NFT group not like many artists, somewhat than specializing in the chances of expertise and the longer term, Orkhan interrogates the great thing about the tangible previous. In Singularity in Heritage, Orkhan continues his journey to doc and protect huge cultural historical past and custom of the NFT future. Consequently, Mammadov pushes the boundaries of custom and digital, questioning expertise’s function as a type of reminiscence and a instrument of energy.
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