ANNOUNCES DMINTI METAVERSE, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RENOWNED ARCHITECT HANI RASHID
NEW YORK, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — DMINTI (https://dminti.com) a forward-thinking digital arts company that collaborates with the world’s leading emerging contemporary artists to bring crypto mastery to the traditional art world, has partnered with internationally acclaimed architect, Hani Rachid and his expert digital design practice Asymptote Architecture, to launch the Metaverse DMINTI.
First Web3 Metaverse marketplace to partner with architect Hani Rashid and iconic VR artists.
The DMINTI Metaverse launched with a series of immersive weekly programming experiences open to everyone. ‘Metaverse Mondays, will offer the community the opportunity to engage in live conversations with Web3 thought leaders and prominent art world leaders, as well as showcase immersive art from artists like Ricci Albenda, Zoe BuckmanJosephine Meckseper, Sarah Meyohas, David HallPindar Van Arman and many others.
by Rashid partnership and design of DMINTI Metavers revolutionizes the way digital art is created and experienced using immersive XR technologies. Artists and collectors can collaborate and experiment within a virtual metaverse where they can create, exhibit and sell their works.
“From my point of view as an architect equally comfortable in the design of physical and virtual architecture, the creation of the DMINTI Metaverse is a fascinating opportunity to set up a trajectory and to experiment to allow artistic chance and spatial results to occur. I have always been fascinated by John Cage and its celebration of ‘chance’ and the unexpected arising from a precisely ‘designed’ premise and scaffolding. The DMINTI Metaverse is truly about discovery and exquisite results when it comes to bringing art and space together.” said Hani Rashid
DMINTI’s mission for this art metaverse is to build interactive, multi-generational communities with a shared 3D canvas for all NFT projects cultivated with partner artists and curators while serving as a cultural institution and for collectors. The project and the partnership are supported by DMINTI founding advisory board of leaders in the worlds of art, cryptography and technology Shalom Meckenzie, Jennifer Stockman, Dominique Levy, Christopher Jonesand Carola Jain.
DMINTI is a unique company in recognizing the seismic shift represented by the emergence of NFT art and the metaverse. DMINTI partners with the world’s leading and emerging contemporary artists in the worlds of crypto and traditional art; to support them with the best tools available to produce, exhibit and market unique and culturally relevant NFT and Web3 projects. Its team of curators has over half a century of collective experience working with artists in the context of museums and galleries, producing exhibitions, commissions and publications.
DMINTI’s team draws on both its individual and combined expertise to produce, display and market NFTs from its evolving roster of artists – from creatives known for their historic digital and computational work to contemporary artists around the world. from “inherited” art to those that are cryptonative. Serving as connectors in this first digital realm, DMINTI is adopting museum-level protocols to help codify and formalize the NFT arena.
About Hani Rachid
Hani Rashid a practicing architect, known for a first of its kind Virtual Guggenheim Museum and New York Virtual Stock Exchange among other notable projects and buildings including the Yas Marina Hotel and the Formula 1 venue at Abu Dhabi. Hani co-founded New York based Asymptote architecture (https://asymptote.net) with his partner, Lise-Anne Couture in 1989. Alongside his professional work, Hani has a distinguished international academic career having held numerous visiting professorships at several prominent universities including the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagenthe Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angelesand the Harvard University Graduate School of Design as good as Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH). In 1998, Hani co-founded and developed from Columbia University GSAAP Advanced Numerical Design Program. And in 2000, Hani Rashid co-represented United States at the 7th Venice Architecture Biennale. Hani lives New York Cityand parallel to his architectural practice, is the director of Deep_Futures, a research laboratory of the Institute of Architecture of the University of Applied Arts of Vienna.
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