Australia’s largest city Sydney is hosting Satellite – a major international contemporary NFT art exhibition from March 10 – April 3. The event introduces art lovers and NFT fanatics to the world of digital art at Bondi beach’s Twenty Twenty-Six Gallery.
Satellite will engage and educate the public on the NFT art movement through a digitally immersive and sensory experience. The event brings together local and international digital assets to showcase their NFT artwork via ViewSonic visual solutions.
It will feature the NFT artworks from leading and influential Australian and international artists, with the likes of Jonathan Zawada, David Porte Beckefed, and Boldtron among others. The organizers have set up 16 ViewSonic commercial displays. Moreover, video walls are installed to present the artwork.
Katie Tholo, the director of Revelo Art agency and the main organizer of Satellite, highlighted that the advent of NFTs in 2021 brought its explosive impact in the art world. She said Satellite has been designed to engage and educate the public on the rapidly evolving NFT art movement. Satellite is reaching out to the masses through a month-long digitally immersive and sensory experience.
Tholo pointed out that ViewSonic’s support has made the real-life element of the exhibition possible. She said it’s crucial for Satellite to welcome the public to a physical space to support education and engagement with NFT technology. The event is showcasing world-leading artists’ digital art.
Besides, Satellite is offering exclusive partner programs and Twitter space talks on art, crypto, and blockchain technology.