Christine Bax, one of the two winners of the Parsec Residency project, will be the protagonist of the next Crit.
The CRIT is a moment in which the artist opens up to a collective critique and a confrontation with the public, which will be able to express its point of view on the work, building an opportunity for shared analysis. Each CRIT is open to all and is structured in a first part in which the artist may not intervene in the discussion, limiting himself to listening, and in a second part in which he may participate actively.
Christine Bax (Netherlands, 1991) is an artist, writer and art critic. Visualisation of invisible parts of the Internet play a key role in her work. She has previously exhibited at the Image Biennale in Chiasso, Greylight Projects in Brussels and P////AKT in Amsterdam and has published essays and stories for various magazines, including Papieren Helden.
During her residency at Parsec, Bax delves into the topic of CO2 emissions from NFTs. How polluting are NFTs? How many kilos of CO2 have we spent so far on cute cat memes? Who emits more CO2, a virtual country like Decentraland or Portugal? And what is the role of the art world in disseminating clear information on these issues and the development of sustainable NFTs?
17 November at 6.30 p.m.
Admission is up to you or with Parsec membership card (5€).
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