Announcing Curated Spaces
Mint Gold Dust is proud to announce Curated Spaces, a home for art projects, guest curations, and artist collections. This space was created to promote collaboration, foster community, and tell stories in the NFT space.
“There is a need, in the crypto art space, not only for curation but also for ‘spaces’ where creators can cohesively display their art projects and art series. For places where art pieces are connected to each other and they aren’t able to narrate without each other. For artists to come together and collaborate on something bigger than an NFT. For collectors to be part of a deeper experience than just transacting.” — Mint Gold Dust Curator Eleonora Brizi
As an artist, you now have a home to host your own virtual exhibitions, giving you the power to be your own curator. Collections can be built around a theme, a style, or even a poem. Think of Curated Spaces as a tool to further tell your story as an artist.
The first artist on our platform to use this feature is Wanda Oliver. Wanda is an experimental photographer and collage artist based in Texas. Since joining Mint Gold Dust, she has minted two triptychs, Blue Planet #1–3 and Believe in Pink #1–3. Both projects were created using Chemigram techniques on vintage photographic papers. The end result is then fine tuned using digital retouching methods such as color enhancement and isolating details.
“The results are a wild and free mixture of old and new, art and science, analog and digital — all in the service of exploring the limits and possibilities of light, chemistry, and bits.” — Wanda Oliver
For her Curated Space, Photography with an Edge, she exhibits both triptychs, highlighting the beauty of the experimental technique and sharing her inspirations along the way.
From the Mint Gold Dust platform side, Curated Spaces will now be home to future auction lots, special projects, and collaborations with other web3 companies and marketplaces.
“There is a need for stories, which is why we are proud to be rolling out Curated Spaces.” — Curator Eleonora Brizi
Check out our Curated Spaces for yourself here.