999 exquisitely filmed fragments of a Lamborghini Huracan detonated in a remote desert location.
a hoax about the imminent shutdown of Gmail, propagated as digital performance art.
a collage featuring the logos of every Fortune 100 company.
an onchain SVG image so astronomically vast that it exceeds the size of the observable universe by an unfathomable margin.
the SHA-512 hash of a life story that no one will ever read.
images uploaded to the IPFS network on a modified node and then intentionally allowed to expire, rendering the contents invisible and ostensibly irretrievable.
a digital blueprint for a theoretical yet impossible analog sculpture.
a readymade sculpture, physically fractionalized and immutably immortalized.
a 1 million pixel .png encoded with a series of nested zip files ultimately containing ~99 million copies of itself for a total of 100 trillion pixels.
a .png file containing 0 bytes of information.
an autological digital sculpture; a fractal maps the encoded structure with which the file contains copies of it𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚏.
a single, transparent pixel.
an extensive list of the artist's personal information recorded permanently on the blockchain (with sensitive information rendered in white).
a high-resolution 2385x4289 scan of the Mona Lisa overlaid with a painstakingly handcrafted 2385x4289 white rectangle.
𝚝𝚒𝚖𝚎 is a work of art containing a curious duality; when viewed online it is a tiny 1 millisecond loop, yet once downloaded it can be played continuously for 136.2 years.