Bright Moments’ NFT Art Berlin started last week on April 6th. Fusing NFT art exhibitions with live music performances, the event is nothing short of amazing. Taking place in Kraftwerk, Germany, the event will run for 10 nights until the 23rd of April next week.
Here, 10 renowned NFT artists will each release 100 NFTs on one of the 10 nights. In addition, the entire ground floor of Kraftwerk features a series of exhibitions covering the history of NFT art. Can’t make it to the event? No worries, we have you covered here!
What you’ve missed out on the NFT Art Berlin
On the 1st day of the event, Grammy-nominated artist Boreta took the lead in revealing his NFT collection “Ephemeros”. Referring to “short-lived” in Greek, Boreta chose flowers to represent impermanent beauty in his artwork. Using cutting-edge AI and generative technologies, the Ephemeros brings psychedelic experiences to those who are willing to explore.
Next up, we have Alida Sun, who debuted her NFT collection “Stellaraum” on April 8th in NFT Art Berlin. Nonetheless, Sun is the first artist in history to integrate generative art, large-scale installation, blockchain technology, and live performance. After the mint was over, audiences got to enjoy a live AV performance featuring Sun’s generative art pieces.
But there are more NFT artists revealing their creations at NFT Art Berlin. This includes Holger Lipmann (RadarRose), Gabriel Massan (Non-Living), and mpkoz (Parnassus). As for tonight, we will have Jeff Davis, the Chief Creative Officer at Art Blocks launching his NFT collection “Inflection”. In fact, each of the NFTs will come with a special audio soundtrack.
Apart from NFT drops, NFT Art Berlin also features a mixed array of musicians and DJs soundtracking the scene, including Cheng NWSH, Vivian Koch, Yushh, and more. Every night, audiences get to catch the 1st edition of “Einstein on the Beach”, an opera in four acts by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson. By teaming up with Bright Moments, the duo will be auctioning the play in the form of NFT on 22 April next week.
On the whole, NFT art and music lovers are bound to enjoy themselves in the NFT Art Berlin. If you’re attending, make sure you get your tickets here! General admission tickets will allow you access to the gallery. But, if you wish to mint any of the exclusive NFTs, remember to get a Berlin Collection Mint Pass instead.