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Space Title

Room 3

Within the World Titled Edition 365
Credited to 1854 and British Journal of Photography
Opening date November 9th, 2021
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Aaron LapeirreAmanda Jane DalbyAndreas ForstmaierAnn PetruckevitchAnna NazoAttila BaloghBen HallBobby BeasleyCassian GrayChris PigClara PereiraCorinne WhitehouseDeb LealDouglas KurnEliza BournerEric SmithFlorence Babin-BeaudryFrankie MaloneGiuseppe FrancavillaGlenn Osei-GyimahGüzin MutHarley BainbridgeHenri TJack FieldhouseJaina CiprianoJohn WallerJoshua WindsorJude SteeplesK Linnea BackeKaren JerzykKaren NavarroLara CiarabelliniLisa SieniLuana RigolliLudovica BastianiniLukasiak LukaMusfira ShaffiNatalia L RudychevNathaniel PlevyakNiamh McInallyOlivia Alonso GoughPatricia KrivanekPhilipp CzampielRicky Walter MolnarSilvia De GiorgiTrey RatcliffVerity Adrianavicki couchmanYu-Chen ChiuYuki JungesblutZachary P. Stephens

Artworks in this space:

Artwork title

Queens Curtains

Artist name K Linnea Backe
Artwork Description:

Photograph from my zine The Knitted Condom @_embroidered_cloths on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Photograph from my zine The Knitted Condom
Artwork title

Beautiful Decay

Artist name Amanda Jane Dalby
Artwork Description:

I am a mother. This photograph is one of a series of images documenting rare moments of solitude salvaged during lockdown. Here, in these still moments, I pause, breathe and appreciate the small details of my world; the play of light, wilting petals, and the beauty of time shared reflected in what remains. Each image is a shard of solitude, a breath taken amidst the chaos. Together they represent beauty and isolation in a world grown small but often overwhelming in which I too am reflected in what remains. @amandajanedalby on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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wilting red spring camellias
Artwork title

Clown Balloon

Artist name Frankie Malone
Artwork Description:

Clown Balloon - This picture is part of a series called 'Train'. I took these pictures during the pandemic through the graffitied windows of the regional trains coming in and out of Barcelona. The series is about the asphyxiation that is going on in the world, pandemic or otherwise. In this particular picture there is the clown, representing the majority of political leadership in the world. Also there is the hope, the rising balloon, not immediately apparent but central and represents the rise of new thinking. @barcelonabreeze on Instagram @BCNbreeze on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Graffiti on a train window
Artwork title

A New World

Artist name Frankie Malone
Artwork Description:

A New World - This picture is part of a series called 'Train'. I took these pictures during the pandemic through the graffitied windows of the regional trains coming in and out of Barcelona. The series is about the asphyxiation that is going on in the world, pandemic or otherwise. In this picture there is a masked commuter hardly visible amongst the artistic chaos of the graffiti. It is a comment on our direction as a species and the cyclical nature of calmness and chaos. @barcelonabreeze on Instagram @BCNbreeze on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Person with a mask through graffiti on a train window
Artwork title

Crocosmia

Artist name Bobby Beasley
Artwork Description:

My Mum choosing blooms under the watchful eye of Spike. @bobbybeasleys on Instagram @thebobbybeasley on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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My Mum choosing blooms under the watchful eye of Spike their pet dog.
Artwork title

Saw

Artist name Bobby Beasley
Artwork Description:

My Dads on going battle with the dead Leylandii. @bobbybeasleys on Instagram @thebobbybeasley on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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My Dads on going battle with cutting down the dead Leylandii tree.
Artwork title

Posties' Pocket Detail

Artist name Cassian Gray
Artwork Description:

The iconic Royal Mail logo emblazoned on the chest pocket of a posties' blue shirt. @cassiangray on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Photograph of a postmans' shirt pocket, proudly showing the Royal Mail logo with a pen and signs of wear on the pocket.
Artwork title

Zoom-school, 2021 from the series Lockdown at Blackberry Cottage

Artist name Corinne Whitehouse
Artwork Description:

January 2021: Our world has shrunk again. For my kids a return to homeschool means busy classrooms have been exchanged for empty bedrooms and a computer screen - virtual school and a virtual social life. @corinne_whitehouse on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Shelves on a pink wall with some bottles of nail polish, a light in the shape of an A, a pink headphone case.  In the centre is a piece of paper taped to the shelf with a list of zoom codes alongside class subjects like chemistry, drama etc.
Artwork title

Lockdown:LookUp 2

Artist name Douglas Kurn
Artwork Description:

A lone aeroplane’s vapour trails appear to come out of a rooftop chimney. This image is from the project Lockdown:LookUp, a series of photographs created during the first national Coronavirus pandemic lockdown in England during 2020, which focusses on the environmental effect of living under the normally busy Heathrow flightpath. @dougkurn on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A lone aeroplane’s vapour trails appear to come out of a rooftop chimney of a house, photographed in black and white.
Artwork title

Lockdown:LookUp 1

Artist name Douglas Kurn
Artwork Description:

The crescent of the moon above the chimney pots of a house. This image is from the project Lockdown:LookUp, a series of photographs created during the first national Coronavirus pandemic lockdown in England during 2020, which focusses on the environmental effect of living under the normally busy Heathrow flightpath. @dougkurn on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The crescent of the moon at night above the chimney pots of a house photographed in black and white.
Artwork title

Awaiting deconfinement _ Nicolas

Artist name Florence Babin-Beaudry
Artwork Description:

How did we experience the isolation and the unknown during this period? What was revealed behind closed doors and in anonymity for each of us? This image is taken from a series that portrays the human in its most ordinary, yet perfectly dramatic form. In short, the banal and the grandiose in the same frame! Nicolas loves the feeling of freedom of being naked at home. He takes advantage of his new free afternoons to stroll around his living room. @florencebabinbeaudry on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close shot of a naked man lying in his blue velvet sofa. Floral wallpaper in background with green dinausor toy on the side table. He looks at the camera.
Artwork title

Covid bench

Artist name Giuseppe Francavilla
Artwork Description:

State institutions have also imposed the closure of public parks and the non-access to places that favor gatherings. Here a simple bench in Rome is covered with adhesive tape as if it were a crime scene and a bench in a public park, given the closure for the citizens, is absorbed by nature which has returned to the wild @giuseppe_francavilla on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close-up of two benches in Rome during the Covid-19 pandemic. One is harnessed to avoid being occupied and the other is submerged in overgrown grass
Artwork title

Tripple Protection.

Artist name Güzin Mut
Artwork Description:

My parents stand behind a glass door, showing off their self-made face masks to relatives via a video call in Berlin, Germany, in April 2020. @guzinmut on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Woman and man wearing homemade face masks, holding and looking at a phone while standing behind window glass.
Artwork title

Socially-Distance Solidarity

Artist name Joshua Windsor
Artwork Description:

Residents cheer on a Black Lives Matter march from their window, London, 7 June 2020 @josh.michael.windsor on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Candid group portrait of residents cheering on a Black Lives Matter protest from their window during the lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. They are holding placards and some have their fists raised. The placards read 'Black #AF', 'I see no changes', and 'Black Lives Matter'.
Artwork title

Are we the virus?

Artist name Andreas Forstmaier
Artwork Description:

The pandemic brought our lives to a temporary standstill, which for many of us was a time of forced self reflection. In this time I started thinking about my role in humanity and our role as humanity on this planet. We are growing almost exponentially. Our actions on this blue marble are increasingly impacting the global ecosystem that we depend on and putting the climate and numerous other species at risk. Let's pause for a moment of contemplation... We are probably not the virus. But do we behave like one? - Linoleum cut printed and edited digitally @lichtmaschin on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Red linoleum print on blue background looking like a virus with human organs
Artwork title

Cars in lockdown

Artist name Luana Rigolli
Artwork Description:

Cars in lockdown in Rome (Italy), 2020 - 2021 @luanarigolli on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the periods of lockdown and semi-lockdown to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus in Italy, I have noticed how nature re-appropriates parked cars, left in disuse for weeks and months. Trees filled the windshields and hoods of cars with flowers, leaves and bird droppings.
Artwork title

Covid19, A Visual diary - Day4

Artist name Ludovica Bastianini
Artwork Description:

Quarantine Day4. My sister sent me her photos after her first night in the Covid19 intensive care, from the Hospital. She's tired and she's smiling. She also sent me a cute drawing from my nephew, who's 4 years old. @ludovica_bastianini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Quarantine Day4. Written thoughts. My sister's selfie from the Hospital after her first night of work in Covid19 intensive care. Cute drawing made by my nephew.
Artwork title

Covid19, A Visual diary - Day9

Artist name Ludovica Bastianini
Artwork Description:

Quarantine Day9. The street where I lived was full of police cars and ambulances. My partner used to play his guitar on the balcony. Scan of the first Italian official document requested to go out. @ludovica_bastianini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Quarantine Day9. View from the balcony of a street full of police cars and ambulances. My partner playing his guitar on the balcony. Scan of the first Italian official document requested to go out.
Artwork title

Covid19, A Visual diary - Day3

Artist name Ludovica Bastianini
Artwork Description:

Quarantine Day3. My parents sent me a video of emergency doctors visiting a Covid ill in front of their house. My sister sent me a selfie from the Hospital. My partner had a first video-call with many friends with digital funny filters on. My best friends greeted me from their balcony at night. @ludovica_bastianini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Quarantine Day3. Written thoughts. Emergency doctors visiting a Covid ill. My sister's selfie from the Hospital. My partner in video-call with many friends with digital funny filters on. My best friends greeting me from their balcony at night.
Artwork title

Time

Artist name Musfira Shaffi
Artwork Description:

I wanted to portray something we were all experiencing: the weirdness of time in quarantine. To show the slow-but-speedy repetition of hours which turned into days, months, and eventually a year, I created stop-motion loops of objects, memories, and audio-visual highlights from my time quarantining in Switzerland. Food, nature, photography, art, documentaries, and music kept me sane and helped time slow down and fly by. This short film is a love letter and an examination of a very strange year. @musfira on Instagram @musfirashaffi on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Fondue, raclette, Swiss postcards, lawn gnomes, Giger's Alien statue, skateboarders, and a spinning Earth play in a stop-motion loop.
Artwork title

The Loss of the Beautiful Game

Artist name Niamh McInally
Artwork Description:

‘The Loss of the Beautiful Game’ explores the sense of loss experienced by a cross section of football supporters from the area of Cumnock, Ayrshire due to the negative impact caused by the global pandemic of 2020/2021. It is evident that this town, steeped in a history of socialism, solidarity and a sense of community, still carry on with these traditions. The current supporters of Cumnock Juniors Football Club display a form of community spirit and camaraderie. The football club is an essential part of community life in the town, and brings a sense of belonging to the supporters. As Jock Stein rightly said, “football without the fans is nothing”. @niamhymacphotography on Instagram @niamhmcinally on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Headshot portrait of a football supporter
Artwork title

Friday Prayers

Artist name vicki couchman
Artwork Description:

Jewish Prayers Friday night in South Tottenham, during the corona virus lockdown and Isolation, North London UK Hasidic Jews take their prayers at home and face south during lockdown. The men would normally be in Synagogues, so these traditions are now seen through windows and in the residential roads surrounding Stamford Hill, which has the largest concentration of Charedi Hasidic Jews in Europe. London. UK. 2020 @photosshmoto on Instagram @vickicouchmann on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A Hasidic Jewish man stands at his window, facing the street wearing formal clothing including a hat and jacket, holding a prayer book. His family sit on a sofa in the background. its evening and the light from the house is very orange.
Artwork title

Same As It Ever Was

Artist name Ricky Walter Molnar
Artwork Description:

Police and protestors get into a shoving match on their front lines, protestors throw their hands up in unison while screaming "Don't Shoot!" @rickywaltermolnar on Instagram @rickymolnar1 on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A black and white image of a group of police officers and a large crowd of protestors shoving one another. The photo is taken from behind the police officers so only the faces of the protestors can be seen.
Artwork title

Through the window

Artist name Clara Pereira
Artwork Description:

After 5 months of confinement in the city, a road trip and a few days in the countryside was a much needed break. When I looked through the window I saw this peaceful moment, she was there, present. This year, simple moments like this, gained a new significance, a different brightness. And I’m grateful to have had this one. @selected_frames on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A bedroom window in the foreground frames a woman sitting outdoors enjoying the sun.
Artwork title

Illuminated Rhythms

Artist name Verity Adriana
Artwork Description:

Isolation @verityadriana on Instagram @verityadriana on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A photographic image of a wall with a washing line above, on which brightly  coloured towels are hanging.
Artwork title

Dreaming the North

Artist name Silvia De Giorgi
Artwork Description:

From the series Places of Passage. A poetic reflection on solitude and the passage of time, induced by an extended period of self-isolation. @silvia.de.giorgi on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A black and white photograph of a couch and a large picture of a snowy landscape above it on the wall.
Artwork title

The control room (The museum)

Artist name Yuki Jungesblut
Artwork Description:

In Times of the big C: At the former headquarters of the Ministry for State Security I found eras inadvertently overlapping. @yuki_jungesblut on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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In a lowlight control room from the 60ies a surgical mask and plastic water bottle are left on the control desk.
Artwork title

Project Car

Artist name Zachary P. Stephens
Artwork Description:

Project Car is part of my ongoing project titled Are We There Yet? @zacharypstephens on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A photograph by artist Zachary P. Stephens depicting a father working on a Volvo 240 car while a child sits in the driver's seat, another child keys an expletive into the car, and a third child works on their tricycle in the background.
Artwork title

Separated, Together: 2. Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY,,2020

Artist name Yu-Chen Chiu
Artwork Description:

A trio of children peek out the window from behind protective bars during the COVID-19 Pandemic in April, 2020. @yuchenchiuart on Instagram YuChenChiu on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Children peek out the window from behind protective bars during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Brooklyn, New York.
Artwork title

Essaouira Harbour

Artist name Aaron Lapeirre
Artwork Description:

Young woman at the fish market in the harbour of Essaouira, Morocco @aaronlapeirre on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Woman at the fish market in Essaouira Morocco
Artwork title

Black Reformist Movement - African Emancipation Day

Artist name Glenn Osei-Gyimah
Artwork Description:

A member of the activist group Forver Family before a protest march to lockdown Brixton commences. @1stoftheworstv2 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A Protestor
Artwork title

Sussex Sings Christmas

Artist name Ann Petruckevitch
Artwork Description:

Each image submitted encapsulates for me what happened during this time interval when COVID-19 pretty much dominated my life and the people close around me. They tell a story of reflection, hope and perseverance, respectively. Every year since 2003 there has been a Christmas concert performed by the Brighton Festival Chorus, this was not possible at the end of 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions and therefore the performance was streamed into our living rooms. This is an image of my TV as the performance took place. @annpetruckevitch on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A background of choir faces with members of the orchestra in the foreground
Artwork title

Light at the end of the tunnel

Artist name Chris Pig
Artwork Description:

During the darkest of days in the middle of the pandemic, the light at the end of the tunnel looked really really far. @chrispigphotography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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lampshade with person as base with matching skirt
Artwork title

Great Escape

Artist name Eliza Bourner
Artwork Description:

Self portrait, staring into a poster of a mountainous landscape @elizabourner on Instagram @elizabourner on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Blonde woman with her back to us stares into a big poster of a mountain range which fills the frame of the photograph.
Artwork title

xUntitled

Artist name Eric Smith
Artwork Description:

Annual Side Walk Steppers Second Line Parade @ericsmith001 on Instagram @ESPictures on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Side Walk Steppers SAPC (Social Aid and Pleasure Club) Second Line Parade with casket to honor deceased member "Chris".
The Second Line is a tradition in parades organized by Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs (SAPCs) with brass band parades in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. The "main line" or "first line" is the main section of the parade, or the members of the SAPC with the parading permit as well as the brass band. The Second Line consists of people who follow the band to enjoy the music, dance, and engage in "community." The Second Line's style of traditional dance, in which participants dance and walk along with the SAPCs in a free-form style with parasols and handkerchiefs, is called "second-lining". It is one of the most Foundationally Black American-retentive cultures in the United States.[1] It has been called "the quintessential New Orleans art form – a jazz funeral without a body".
Artwork title

Super Saturday

Artist name Chris Pig
Artwork Description:

On Saturday July 4th 2020 the first lockdown came to an end with most restrictions finally lifted. @chrispigphotography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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man with masks pulling pint in pub
Artwork title

COVID in Xinjiang

Artist name Attila Balogh
Artwork Description:

Mountain road in Xinjiang province @guzco on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Mountain road in Xinjiang
Artwork title

On the road

Artist name Attila Balogh
Artwork Description:

Green and blue in Yushu county, Qinghai province @guzco on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Yushu county, Qinghai province
Artwork title

Self-Isolated, One Day in Lockdown

Artist name Harley Bainbridge
Artwork Description:

I took this self portrait as a record of my isolation period and to capture the unseen stories of single people living alone during the lockdown. Those living on their own are often overlooked because they don't have families to entertain and support. @harleybainbridge on Instagram @hbainbridge on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A person is sat, partially undressed, on a sofa. The have a slumped posture and no distinct pose. The sofa is placed in an average sized room which has multicolour neon lighting filling the space. In front of the sofa is a coffee table and to the right a small pile of abandoned clothes. There is a chair next to the sofa which carries a cushion with a dog and the word sit  printed on it. Besides the person is a camera remote shutter release.
Artwork title

No Exit

Artist name John Waller
Artwork Description:

No Exit @imjohnwaller on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A sealed-off passageway with a sign reading “No Exit”
Artwork title

Hysteria

Artist name Henri T
Artwork Description:

Hysteria is image number four of the series 'Lockdown Circus'. As we came across the pandemic and entered lockdown, we experienced a totally different scenario to how our lives normally proceed and how we function within our own built structures. I was interested in the surreality of it and the creative ways of coping as we moved through different phases - and we still are! In May 2020 my best friend, my partner and I created a micro version of a surreal queer family circus world in our back garden. These self portraits and portraits explore personal and political themes, both literal and metaphorical, while we were also using this for ourselves as an escape from the reality and frustration of our confinement. Hysteria is a self portrait that embodies a range of emotions between ridiculousness and absolute desperation. @henritartist.com on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This is a photo of a light-skinned person, kneeling on a slightly raised pedestal which is part of a set and covered by a backdrop made of canvas. They are wearing a blue gown like a soft trench coat, a sailors hat, white stockings and a necklace with a lot of pearls. Their face is painted white. They have black thin eye brows and a thin moustache painted on as well. They look like a figure out of a circus. They are smiling hysterically. At the left edge of the photo, on the floor, there are two golden balloons attached to a rod with red and white stripes. The sun is shining onto the backdrop from behind, creating shadows of some greenery that is behind the backdrop. Parts of the twigs are hanging over the backdrop and are visible at the top left corner of the image.
Artwork title

Class of '86 #20

Artist name Jack Fieldhouse
Artwork Description:

Graduating from Sunderland University in 1986 my parents are two members of the Class of ’86. Inspired by my parents’ collections of photographs from their university years, this project is a characterisation of my parents, their university friends I know today and students from their courses whom I have never known but have seen pictured and heard described. I chose to create a range of portraits depicting these people, playing heavily on stereotypical imagery commonly portrayed in Western television and cinema, and I hope that viewers will recognise some of the people in their own lives and from their experiences. @j_ckfieldhouse on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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1980’s style school portrait style self-portrait of a ginger woman in a blue jumper against a blue backdrop
Artwork title

Lockdown

Artist name Jaina Cipriano
Artwork Description:

A lady lost @jainasphotography on Instagram @ciprianojaina on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A woman with plastic yellow hair reminiscent of the 50's sits on blue bleachers that stretch up behind her. She is wearing a plastic zippered onesie and holding a cigarette as she looks directly into the camera.
Artwork title

Constance

Artist name Karen Jerzyk
Artwork Description:

Set build by the photographer, Karen Jerzyk. Photographic Image taken in 2020 of model Constance Smith. @karen.jerzyk.photo on Instagram @kjerzykphoto on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Model Constance Smith sits regally and powerfully in the middle of an ivy-strewn set reminiscent of the 1980s.
Artwork title

Tribute to Covid victims in Copacabana

Artist name Lara Ciarabellini
Artwork Description:

One hundred mock graves were dug in the sand of Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, to mark the first 40.000 coronavirus victims in Brazil, on the 11th of June 2020. @laraciarabellini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Black crosses in Copacabana beach
Artwork title

Twisted Variation

Artist name Karen Navarro
Artwork Description:

Mixed-media deconstructed portrait from the series The Constructed Self. @karennavarroph on Instagram @karennavarroph on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Sculptural deconstructed mixed-media and photography-based portrait of African American in red shirt and pink background made out of wood slats stuck one on top of each other.
Artwork title

Christ the Redeemer in pandemic

Artist name Lara Ciarabellini
Artwork Description:

After five months closure due to the covid-19 pandemic, Christ the Redeemer site undergoes disinfection on 13th of August 2020, two days before the reopening to the visitors. @laraciarabellini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Christ the Redeemer disinfection
Artwork title

Waiting

Artist name Lara Ciarabellini
Artwork Description:

Cleaners are waiting for the beginning of the disinfection of Christ the Redeemer site, on 13th of August 2020, two days before the reopening to the visitors, after five months closure due to the covid-19 pandemic. @laraciarabellini on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Covid Disinfection team
Artwork title

The Warsaw Mermaid

Artist name Lukasiak Luka
Artwork Description:

The Warsaw Mermaid is a symbol of the capital of Poland-Warsaw. Poland is the most homophobic EU country. I took this photo during this year's equality parade @lugreatwizard on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The mermaid as the emblem of Warsaw
Artwork title

Women's Day

Artist name Lukasiak Luka
Artwork Description:

Protests against tightening abortion laws in Poland on the occasion of Women's Day 2021 @lugreatwizard on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Women are strength
Artwork title

KISS

Artist name Natalia L Rudychev
Artwork Description:

New York City Pride March 2021 @nataliarudychev on Instagram @LRudychev on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close-up of an LGBT couple kissing during New York City Pride March
Artwork title

NEW WORLD ORDER

Artist name Nathaniel Plevyak
Artwork Description:

Captured in Kentish Town, London on 19 May 2020 during the first wave of the global COVID-19 pandemic. I noticed this space helmet looking out onto the street while riding past on my bike. It felt very surreal and made me think how not too long ago space exploration was unimaginable. That feeling seemed appropriate for what was happening in the world, and how no one could have imagined we would be hit by a deadly pandemic and all of London and the world would shut down. The space helmet and face mask are both symbolic of moments in history. @nathanielp_photography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Woman wearing COVID-19 mask walks past giant space helmet
Artwork title

Aspen and Reggie

Artist name Olivia Alonso Gough
Artwork Description:

When we see pieces of ourselves reflected in the world, we can believe that those parts are true. We believe what we see. If we are denied memory and nostalgia because our archives don’t exist, then we are denied a part of the human experience. For a long time, this has been the reality for queer people; we were forced to find our stories between the lines and in the shadows. Now, queer image makers stand in powerful positions as they lay down the beginnings of our archive. We found power between those lines and learned that imagining things into existence is possible. I feel responsibility as a queer artist to contribute to the archive by creating images of queerness that are honest, hopeful, and that extend beyond the moment of capture. Photography is an accounting of life that takes as long as life itself, and through it I create evidence that we are taking up time and space. @olivia_alonso_gough on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Woman laying on a bed, holding a bird on her finger.
Artwork title

The Clouds

Artist name Patricia Krivanek
Artwork Description:

Two brothers gaze into the water's reflection during their first outing after a long strict lockdown in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Overnight, the world changed. For children, the world went from a place of wonder and safety to a place filled with invisible danger at every corner. Abstract and surreal, the boys are forced to face a new reality they do not understand. @patriciakrivanekphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Two boys look at cloud reflection in water
Artwork title

Streaming

Artist name Philipp Czampiel
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This picture shows a local cultural institution in Wuppertal, which, due to the lockdown in effect at the time, restructured itself to be able to offer a diverse streaming program as well. @philipp.czmpl on Instagram @philippcz on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Man with face mask in makeshift television set
Artwork title

De Otium

Artist name Lisa Sieni
Artwork Description:

We were stuck inside the walls of our houses, we were without any aim for the future, we were bored. Boredom marked the pendulum between action and non-action. As there was no fatigue, idleness decided to offer us the opportunity to get to know and to enjoy it without wanting anything in return except time. Idle “father of vices” or Idle “sweet doing nothing”? Whatever it was, whatever it is, it did us good. @susine_sfuse on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A terrace in terracotta tiles. Few cypresses shade the sky, which is almost completly bare of clouds. A pale plastic porch swing invades the terrace and above it a female figure who, dozing, touches lightly the floor warmed by the noontime sun with her hand.
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A Sinclair Story (Lizard on Rock)

Artist name Deb Leal
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Leal's ongoing series, "Limbo: Apolline Renditions & Dionysian Mementos", embodies a modern renaissance as it navigates a journey of the "in-between". Plucking moments influenced by a lucid dreamscape, this analog image was captured during a 2,000 mile road trip in an effort to see family from a distance in September of 2020. Through these anthropomorphized dinosaurs, Leal reflects on memories from similar childhood voyages from the Midwest to South Texas. She saw herself in the small lizard looking up at the kind of love that felt so grandiose as a child, and still is even from afar. @st.cine on Instagram @pochacha_slide on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A view from the passenger seat through a driver’s side window, two green anthropomorphized Brontosaurus statues face each other with long lashes and cheerful smiles-- one dinosaur donned in a mustache is marked with a pink kiss, matching the lipstick of the other. Perched on a rock below, a horned lizard gazes as the statues above.
Artwork title

Alone in Lockdown in New Zealand

Artist name Trey Ratcliff
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I had quite a strange experience just before lockdown. I went to one of my favorite meditation and yoga retreats near my home in Queenstown named Aro Ha (the Maori for love), and I had some amazing deep sessions. One of them centred around the heart and the idea of being alone or being worthy of not-being-alone. It was quite wonderful and therapeutic, and I came out of it quite excited to engage with a lot of other people and stop being such a hermit. Well, just as that tricky universe continues to throw us curveballs, lockdown came into the present scene so I was forced to be alone for even longer. It seems the cycle of being alone and together are two sides of the same coin, and you can't have one without the other as they are a reflection of the same truth. @treyratcliff on Instagram @treyratcliff on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A landscape of distant mountains and a person reflected in a pond. New Zealand.
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Spiritual Successor CRPG

Artist name Ben Hall
Artwork Description:

Play Spiritual Successor CRPG Spiritual Successor CRPG (as my individual contribution to the collaborative project spur.world) is a web-browser 3D game, using interactive mechanics common in late 90s CRPG (computer role-playing game) design to explore memory, social time, the exploitation of nostalgia and the agency of its players. In the work, you assume the role of an archetypal spirit and can navigate an open map of 9 zones, each of which is home to a branching hypertext experience. These hypertexts allow the player to narratively navigate through a memory and choose to interact with it using ‘mnemonic abilities’ that are empowering, overly sentimental, reductionist or cannibalistic, with the ramifications of these choices being felt visually and mechanically in the map as it evolves depending on your actions. The concluding form of the map and tone of the game has countless permutations, and is likely to be somewhat unique for everyone who experiences the work. The different abilities/ angles with which to observe each memory use terminology borrowed from online media criticism, and the memories themselves are written from personal experience, as it intersects with British mythology, various specific international symbols and other observed synchronicities. The Mabinogion, UFOs, Tsukumogami and Glastonbury Tor all make appearances. With Spiritual Successor CRPG, I wanted to use the interactive medium of gaming to afford audiences immersive, personal and agential experiences of the work, while making something accessible and structurally imaginative in an online format for audiences during the ongoing pandemic. It is a search backward in time, outside of time, and deliberately unsure of its intentions. Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

Spiritual Successor CRPG
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Flame 2.0

Artist name Anna Nazo
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Performance for the Entanglement: Just Gaming, RCA Visual Cultures Lecture Series, Royal College of Art, Zoom/ London, UK, 25th June 2020, 0.10’. Flame 2.0 is a Zoom streamed 360 digital-physical AV performance presented by Anna Nazo’s avatar ‘α Phoenicis (Ankaa)’. The work involves spoken word poetry co-written with AI, sound and imagery that are computer generated (CGI) in real time from artist's brainwave data (EEG), and drone performance. Using a 360 degree imaging archive, the work engages in a live conversation with its earlier iterations including Flame, a performance for Stay LIVE At Home programme, organised by Performistanbul, Live-streamed on Zoom and Instagram @annanazo, Istanbul, Turkey / London, UK, 3rd May 2020, 0.20’; and Undulation, a performance for So remember the liquid ground, a public program in a partnership between the RCA CCA and Gasworks, curated by Benjamin Darby, Yoojin Kang, Akis Kokkinos, Angelina Li, Lenette Lua and Louise Nason, Online/ London, UK, 15th June 2020, 0.20’. Artist Commission, Gasworks & RCA CCA, London, UK, 2020. The work reflects on themes of otherness, sensuousness and relationship with the digital in an age of isolation/ global pandemic. Through the notion of virtual flux, it looks at the way the material and the sensuous shapeshift and become the flow of digital matter, which enables sensuous encounters of multi-reality and ecology of multiplicity of selves. @annanazo on Instagram @annanazo on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

360 degree multi-camera video collage showing spherical view of the room with walls and floor covered with golden foil, white ceiling and blue lights throughout. In the room there is a white female performer who wears a dark green suit, walks through space, interacts with the laptop and various digital devices, pilots the drone and speaks to the microphone.

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