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This article takes you through the past, present and future of generative art (media)



In many ways, generative art (generative ART) is a larger trend related to digital art, NFT and digital property. Generative art is a category of digital art in which artists use computers to intentionally introduce elements of randomness as part of the creative process, resulting in expected and unexpected results. In this article, we will take you through the past, present and future of the generative art movement. In the early 1950s, Herbert Franke, a pioneer of generative art, conducted unique photographic experiments in his laboratory, and his works were free from combinations of light, movement and randomness. In 9 analogue graphics (1956/1957), Franke uses a friend's computer to generate images on an oscilloscope, which are then captured from a mobile camera with its aperture open. Franke's shots turned out to be mesmerizing. Later, Vera Molnár, one of the first artists to use computers in her art, began to play with the theme of "disorder", often studying the variation of geometric shapes and lines. Her work was generated in the early programming languages Fortran and BASIC, and is often displayed on pristine printed paper, she even chose to include the perforated edge graphics on every page of the book into her creations. As computers became ubiquitous in the 1960s, more artists began experimenting at the intersection of computer science and art, creating generative works of curved lines. New programming languages allow artists to push digital boundaries in interesting ways and redefine how computers process ordered inputs into unique outputs. Computer algorithms designed by humans are at the heart of the work of mathematician Frieder Nake. Nake found inspiration in a painting created decades ago by renowned German artist Paul Klee, and generated a new work, Hommage à Paul, through an algorithm that explored the proportions and relationships between Klee's vertical and horizontal lines. Klee (1965)". After Nake presets a set of variables, the computer is given the ability to make its own design decisions. These three artists helped establish the foundation of the modern generative art movement using various forms of controlled randomness as a creative process. Analyst: "Fallacy" and "Fear of the Unknown" Hinder Cryptocurrency Trading Reasons why portfolio managers invest in cryptocurrencies. In an interview, Coutts believes that there has always been a "fallacy" that "blockchain has no intrinsic value". “While not all blockchains are cash-generating assets, including ethereum,” there is certainly intrinsic value in one, Coutts said. Additionally, Coutts said: “Regulation can’t be one of them. Let me reiterate that. Regulation is always an issue, but BTC is regulated.” Coutts said it could be “fear of the unknown,” adding Asset managers who neglect or choose not to educate on cryptocurrencies are missing opportunities. (Cointelegraph) [2022/9/21 7:10:39] Years later Larva Labs and Art Blocks did the same. Over the past 50 years, artistic expression has been increasingly influenced by technological and cultural trends. As human beings have more and more digital experiences, this in turn affects the creation of artists. While the influence of digital artwork is undoubtedly growing, creators of many digital artworks do not have the same earning potential as creators of physical works. In the course of history, the value of creative works is reflected based on the material scarcity brought by specific items. Over the past decade, blockchain has changed the game for immutable digital files. The success of Bitcoin shows that digital scarcity is also possible in the realm of money. Ethereum, on the other hand, extends the concept of digital scarcity beyond commodity currencies. It enables information on any digital commodity (3D objects, music, files, gifs, emoticons) to be bound to a unique "non-homogeneous" token. currency (NFT). With NFT, creative digital works can enjoy verifiable scarcity for the first time, which enables artists to give authenticity and marketability to downstream collectors of digital creations. It was only a matter of time before generative art migrated to the blockchain, and that moment has finally arrived with CryptoPunks. In 2017, a design studio called Larva Labs, formed by just two developers, launched a digital art experiment on the Ethereum blockchain. The project pays homage to London's early 70s punk art and features humans, zombies, apes and aliens in 10,000 unique, randomly generated, 24 x 24 pixel art images. The complete collection of artistic images is derived from a Larva Labs algorithm that blends together features such as species, hairstyles, and accessories to subsequently create a random combination of visual outputs. The market capitalization of Bitcoin has risen to 46%: Golden Finance News, according to the latest data from CoinMarketCap, the market capitalization of Bitcoin has risen to 46% and is currently 46.18%. The market value of Ethereum dropped to 17.66%. [2022/6/3 4:00:45] Generative art has come to Ethereum. Larva Lab's CryptoPunks have made history as the first non-fungible token project launched on the blockchain, and the value of these pixelated punk characters has skyrocketed in recent months. In March 2021, two of the nine existing CryptoPunk "aliens" were each purchased for 4,200 ETH ($7.5 million). In the summer of 2017, anyone with an Ethereum wallet could claim these tokenized digital characters for free on the Larva Labs platform, paying only a few cents in Ethereum transaction fees back then. Emerging between generative works of art, collectibles, and technical achievements, CryptoPunks have three unique characteristics compared to generative works built decades ago: each CryptoPunk is (i) verifiably unique, (ii) ) capable of self-custody in an Ethereum wallet, (iii) tradable on the Larva Labs marketplace. Utilizing the Ethereum blockchain as a record format, CryptoPunks changed the landscape of generated media forever. Inspired by CryptoPunks, the Ethereum community created a standard for non-fungible tokens called ERC-721. While CryptoPunks are primarily traded on the Larva Labs platform, future NFTs using the new standard will enjoy combinatorial benefits. And look at the origin of Art Block Mexico City-born generative artist and technologist Snowfro participated in the original CyberPunk claim event in 2017. Today, he owns over 60 CyberPunks, including 7 Zombies, 2 Apes, and one of 9 Aliens, the rarest CyberPunk character ever. He is also one of the few Larva Labs designated CryptoPunks moderators, and he is well known in the crypto community by his zombie avatar. Cosmos ecological cross-chain Launchpad Universe DAO staking airdrop has been supported to receive: On April 30th, Cosmos ecological cross-chain Launchpad Universe DAO officially announced that pledged airdrop Part# 1 has been supported for collection. [2022/4/30 2:41:55] There are not many old CryptoPunks players like Snowfro, so even fewer share their technical expertise and appreciation for generative art. After the release of CryptoPunks, several questions popped out of Snowfro's green zombie heads: In November 2020, Snowfro launched Art Blocks, the Internet's first on-demand, on-chain generative media marketplace. During the release of CryptoPunks and Art Blocks, pioneering on-chain art projects like Autoglyphs proved that artists can store more art "on-chain", which validates Snowfro's design decisions that have always advocated the persistence of NFT generative art platforms. To fund early development work, Snowfro is selling 15 of his most cherished CryptoPunk zombies. Snowfro also introduced Chromie Squiggles, a generative project he's been making for years and the first generative art project to be listed on Art Block (Art Block project #0). In each unique Squiggle, the hex pairs in the hash control the starting color, the rate of change of the gradient, the number of points, and some surprising properties that make some Chromie Squiggles rarer than others (e.g. " Super" Squiggles). When it comes to generative art, these "controllable" hex pairs are called parameters. As the first on-chain generated art project on Art Blocks, Snowfro's Chromie Squiggles tend to close transactions with high value. Initially, the price to mint Chromie Squiggles is only 0.035 ETH ($70). Today, the base price of a standard Squiggle on the secondary market is 0.55 ETH ($1,200), and rare “super” Squiggles are trading for as much as 45 ETH ($97,000) just six months after launch. Grayscale’s total holdings amounted to $33.171 billion: According to news on February 23, according to data on the Tokenview chain, Grayscale’s current total holdings reached $33.171 billion. The premium rate and daily position changes of mainstream currencies are: BTC: -26.4%; -138; ETH: -19.61%; -850; ETC: -55.39%; -3980; LTC: -41.71%; -427; BCH: -35.88%; -86. [2022/2/23 10:09:47] Soon, Chromie Squiggles and Art Block became popular. In 6 months, Art Blocks' works have generated $15 million in secondary market volume, with nearly 4,000 unique art collectors on the platform. Today, Art Block collectors can browse a variety of different generative art projects, although new works from popular artists tend to sell out quickly. When buyers identify a collection they like, they pay to create a unique set, like a vending machine that sells unique works of art. It's just that you don't know what the machine will spit out for you when you press the button. Artists and collectors watched in fascination as the casting unfolded. After paying the minting fee, collectors receive in their wallets generated media that is unique (1) while being part of a larger collection: 1 in x. A unique output could be an on-chain image (Cherniak's Ringers), an on-chain interactive 3D model (ge1doot's Ignition), or even the first on-chain generated music project (Zeblock's Unigrid). In this way, the types of on-chain generated media that can be minted on the Art Block are limited only by the imagination of the artists, the unique scripts they create, and the total amount of minting allowed by each artist. Similar to CryptoPunks, the demand for each uniquely generated piece (and the collection as a whole) is driven by the artist, the aesthetic, the perspective, the rarity of the idiosyncrasies represented in the piece, and the total number of castings that may exist. LooksRare’s transaction fee income on the tenth day reached 3,577 ETH: On January 21st, the emerging NFT market LooksRare’s transaction fee income on the tenth day reached 3,577 ETH (worth 10 million U.S. dollars), all of which will be distributed to LOOKS pledgers . [2022/1/22 9:05:10] For example, Cherniak's Ringers, a popular Art Block project, received over 1,800 ETH in a secondary sale. As of this writing, annual royalties from the Ringers secondary sale are expected to be in excess of $2 million and will be split between artists, the OpenSea marketplace, and the Art Blocks platform. The Art Blocks platform has three key features that point to the future development direction of generative media: joint creation: artists set parameters, and collectors randomly trigger each minting process, creating a new vector for collectors to participate in the artist's creative process. Unique generative media is tailor-made for community formation. On-chain: A significant challenge inherent to many NFTs is that tokens point to files off-chain. If the off-chain file disappears, the NFT asset is actually an empty shell. Since the advent of CryptoPunks, on-chain art projects like Autoglyphs and Avastars have proven that you can store more on-chain art. Similarly, scripts that generate Art Blocks are placed on Ethereum along with each generated non-fungible token. This allows media to enjoy similar security guarantees as other assets on the Ethereum blockchain. Playground: Art Blocks has grown into a playground where any generative artist anywhere in the world now has a creative to launch complex, on-chain generative media projects, whether that project is static, dynamic, 3D, interactive format, audio, or any combination thereof. We believe that these three essential elements, empowered by Art Block, will bring fascinating second-order effects to the art world and, on a broader level, generative media creation: success in most cryptocurrencies boils down to Community, the co-creation process encourages the immediate formation of a community around each project.


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