Art meets Meta

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An example of how ArtMeta takes a physical artwork and transforms it into its meta art, digitized NFT format.

Above art:
Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack
(b. 1988, Neptune, NJ)

Tell-A-Lie-Vision, 2019

Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack's Tell-A-Lie-Vision piece is featured here as the original artwork and also shown as its NFT counterparts. With each item within the piece digitized individually, ArtMeta created seven unique NFTs, the sale of which makes it possible for this physical piece to be donated to a publicly accessible cultural institution.

Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack is a self-taught artist living and working in Los Angeles, his practice can be defined as walking a fine line consisting of DNA, time-honored existence, and poetic totality, unveiling a window of artmaking for the viewer to look through. Baring all, Daniel picks up where his battles leave off, ritualizing narratives and embodying cultural legacies that he is influenced by or subconsciously led to produce. Materials are sourced from the mundane, environments, communities, landscape, the unknown, and bridging a variety of media.

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