NFT Biennial aims to build interactive links between the conventional art world and NFT ecosystem while strengthening the bonds between metaverse and physical world through phygital events.
NFT Biennial, in an effort that is the first of its kind, will attempt to throw a spotlight on the potential of NFTs to become a fully-fledged art form through a rhizomic, collective and dynamic organisation. We believe in the digital technologies that open up infinite horizons for the artistic creation and that the future is made of our collective acts.
With a triple-dotted question mark, The Catharsis of a Strange Prophecy asks you to imagine a happiness beyond measure and consider a new portrait of what is familiar and what is unknown. It invites us to create a poetic human in an abstract digital universe that we will perhaps call our true home.
Nature, Human, and Technology.
The NFT Biennial metaverse pavilions are accessible to all viewers now! Visit to see the exhibitions.
Chrysalis is a pavillion by Julie Walsh. Chrysalis is an international exhibition of visual and sound artists/composers whose work explores the many facets of man’s interrelationship with technology and nature.
A Cyclical narrative of a techno-nature.
Ouroboros recasts nature as what we dream it could be rather than what we have been taught it must be.
The Tales of Unlived Pasts and Forgotten Futures.
Anamnesis serves as a powerful eulogy, mourning the passing of what it once meant to be human and celebrating what it could mean to be human in the future that we are so fervently imagining.
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