MOCA LIVE: What Does Crypto Art Value, Remembering the Cypherpunks, Data Scientists and AI Agents with Martin Lukas Ostachowski
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by Museum of Crypto Art
5d ago
This week, Max and Colborn welcome the remarkable cloud artist and crypto art historian, Martin Lukas Ostachowski (MLO) to the podcast to plumb through the past for the values that crypto art holds dear, if there are any. Join us as we go back to the cypherpunks, through the creation of Bitcoin, back and forth through many years of crypto art to see what crypto art values, when those values were traded away, how data scientists and AI models might provide new hope for unearthing crypto art's actual history.    Read "Crypto Art - A Decentralized View" by Massimo Franceschet ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: Airing Our Crypto Art Grievances (And There are a Lot of Them) with ROBNESS
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
1w ago
In a crypto art world always on the edge of flaming-up into fury, Max, Colborn, and special guest ROBNESS spill a bunch of gasoline everywhere and light a match. The three will vent their deepest grievances about collectors, generative art, AI, art contests, and much more. Listen now...if you can handle the heat.  ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: Where Audiences Wander, Twitter is Terrible, Subscription Services, and If Warpcast is the Future with Max Jackson
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
3w ago
On this week's episode, Colborn and Max (Cohen) welcome the OG crypto artist Max Jackson to MOCA LIVE for a discussion of, not art necessarily, but all those who love it. Audiences is the day's topic, and the three discuss the best (and worst) ways of finding an audience, what having a crypto art audience even means, the death of Twitter's reliability, the birth of new models of audience-seeking, and whether any such model can survive long-term.  ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: The Collaboration Revival, Did Artblocks Kill Collaborations?, and the Line Between Collabs and Derivatives with George Boya
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
1M ago
Max and Colborn are joined by the OG crypto art collage artist George Boya for a podcast about collaborations, free artistic spirits, and creative processes. Inspired by George's recent series of collaborative pieces, Partners in Crime, the three go in depth on the importance of collaborations in crypto art culture, why the collabs suddenly ended (Artblocks, we're looking at you), what the process of creating collaborative artwork is like, how AI and derivatives factor into the collaborative ecosystem, and much more! George Boya: https://twitter.com/BoyaGeorge Partners in Crime: https://f ..read more
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MOCYah or MOCNah: Moonbirds' CC0 Nightmare, Taking Advantage of Platform Incentives, Honoring Dead Artists, and an Existential Economy
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
1M ago
Max and Colborn are back (with sound effects!) to assign archaic denotations of value to the biggest recent news stories (and end up spiraling into head-scratching discussions). This week, it's Yuga's questionably-illegal reverting of Moonbirds' commercial rights away from CC0, Latasha using Zora incentive fees to help recoup the losses from a wallet hack, the best way to honor traditional artists who have recently passed, crypto artist identity crises, and an existential economic moment.  ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: The New Face of Memecoin Fever, Incentivizing Artistry, 747Crash, and Correctly Making Memes with Anubis3100 and Sirsu
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
2M ago
A perfect accompaniment for the post-NFTNYC trip home, this week's episode of MOCA LIVE is an intellectualized look at everyone's favorite internet-addled, gambling mechanism: memecoins. Colborn and Max talk with Anubis3100 and Sirsu, founders of the 747Crash coin, about how memecoins, despite their degenerate reputation, can actually be a powerful force for artist opportunity, can incentivize artistry and other community action, and are the natural evolution of an internet yearning to be commoditized.  https://twitter.com/anubis_3100 https://twitter.com/sirsuhayb https://airport.gay/ &nb ..read more
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MOCYah or MOCNAH: Base Frenzy, Highly-Intelligent Discourse, Cultural Appropriation, and NFTNYC
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by Museum of Crypto Art
2M ago
On today's MOCAYah or MOCNah, Colborn and Max first look towards the attention moving towards the Base blockchain, as a result of a million-minted XCOPY edition there. Then, they dissect a cultural appropriation conflict between artists Claire Silver and CyberYuyu, and debate the role of highly-intelligent, academic discourse in both crypto art today and any AI-flattened future. Finally, the two talk about the upcoming NFTNYC conference, what they're looking forward to, and what's different about this year's event.  https://twitter.com/XCOPYART https://twitter.com/neonglitch86 https://twi ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: AI as we Know it (and as we don't), A History of StableDiffusion, and Feeding the Open-Source World with Huemin
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
2M ago
Max and Colborn sit down with the great AI artist, an original StableDiffusion contributor, and founder of DeForum.art, Huemin, to get into the weeds about how various AI models actually work, how AI art as we know it came to be, how we can get more AI into more hands with more expertise, and the all-important Open-Source Development community: Keeping them incentivized, keeping them energized, and what are the risks if we don't.  Visit: https://deforum.art/  and https://www.huemin.art/ to learn more (you so should ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: A Metaverse State of the Union, WIPMeetup Memories, and Evolving Online Communities with Rizzle and Niftytime
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by Museum of Crypto Art
3M ago
Today's episode is all about the Metaverse, and who better to speak about it with than the hosts of the longest-running web3 Metaverse meetup (and crypto art OGs), Rizzle and Niftytime. From their early history with TheWIPMeetup, to building a Metaverse audience, to a long debriefing on where the Metaverse is today, Rizzle and Niftytime evoke five years spent building this still-unfinished, still-revolutionary way of being online.  Click to find: Rizzle Niftytime TheWIPMeetup ..read more
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MOCA LIVE: Crypto Art Going Wrong (and Right) in Reality, Lessons from a Performance, and Prioritizing Participation with OONA
MOCA LIVE
by Museum of Crypto Art
3M ago
On her record-breaking 3rd MOCA LIVE appearance, performance art extraordinaire OONA joins Max and Colborn to talk live performances, live events, how they go so right and so wrong, maximizing participation/discourse/creativity we meet face-to-face IRL, and so much more. Prepare for laughs, nihilism, and maybe even a few good ideas.  ..read more
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