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The Hirsch Truth: Episode 7

by Ann Hirsch

The original NFT critic in the vlogosphere tackles generative art in her latest episode. Starting with Art Blocks, the platform that popularized large-scale generative NFT collections, Ann Hirsch looks at two projects that incorporate the older arts of writing and weaving, respectively, into creative coding. She also considers independent projects by Kim Asendorf and dribnet that explore the possibilities of interactive generative art on the blockchain, as well as the stunningly beautiful digital imagery of Eric Hu’s Monarchs.

Essays produced in a writing workshop hosted by Outland and Art Blocks offer new perspectives on art, code, and web3. The Generative Art Issue

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