Metaphysical, a physical and digital NFT art exhibition, is opening in Bushwick today, showcasing the works of ten blockchain-based artists.

The physical part of the show will include 10 pieces and be held at DorDor Gallery, and the digital NFTs accompanying the works will be powered by NFT platform Bitski.

Ten accompanying digital pieces will be created as NFTs by the selection of the fastest growing North American creators in the NFT space, including established and emerging blockchain-based artists. 

Afternoon Nap by Squibs. Photo: Supplied.

The show includes artists blacksneakers, Sean Williams, Noah Kocher, mew.psd, Soulo Saint, Sophie Sturdevant, Squibs, Bobbi Cai, Dillon ATM and artist and show curator Max Kulchinsky.

The digital pieces are available for sale at the gallery, and they will also be displayed in a virtual Bitski gallery available on OnCyber.io. Bitski wallets are now integrated into OnCyber, so collectors and artists can display NFTs directly from their Bitski wallet in digital environments from temples to spaceships.

Bitski said in a statement it was excited use its platform to highlight independent artists who are shaping the future of physical and digital art. It said that the platform empowered all creators and customers to sell through their own channels with no crypto literacy required.

Phase Two by blacksneakers. Photo: Supplied.

Kulchinsky said the show’s title “metaphysical,” played off the “metaverse,” in which digital art will live forever, whereas a physical space will exist for just a period of time. 

He said the goal of the show was to bridge the gap between the physical and digital art worlds by exposing those interested in traditional art to digital art, and digital artists to a physical space.

Click here for the RSVP link for the show opening and afterparty on Friday, July 23.

For more information, please visit:  bitski.com/metaphysical 

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