ARTECHOUSE PRESENTS TWO HIGH LEVEL PANELS AROUND AṢẸ: AFRO FREQUENCIES AND NFTs DURING MIAMI ART WEEK 2021 -
DEC 1 & 2
Key leaders in the African Art and Technology spaces will discuss the Diasporic Connection on African Art in the Modern Era, while pioneers at the intersection of Art and Tech will discuss Art Innovation in the Era of NFTs
ARTECHOUSE Miami will host two unprecedented panel discussions open to the public during Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 on December 1 and 2, 2021.
These panels will cover critical topics including Afro Frequencies: The Diasporic Connection on African Art in the Modern Era and the intersection of Art and Tech Innovation in the Era of NFTs. Kicking off these panels will be a special reception with Artists Vince Fraser & Ursula Rucker on Tuesday, November 30.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Having worked in the creative industry as a professional digital illustrator for over twenty years, Vince Fraser’s progression to visual arts was a natural one. Fraser’s work has continued to evolve and he sees himself as a new breed of artist in the digital age, combining a variety of skills including film and motion. With a keen eye for detail, he is always experimenting in a playful way whilst pushing the boundaries from a visual aspect. Bridging the gap between fantasy and reality, Fraser’s mission is to inspire, educate, and empower positive images of the African diaspora. Fraser has gained the attention of various musicians including Erykah Badu, Outkast and Usher, as well as partnered with brands, including Nike, MTV and Adobe.
A veteran of the global music and poetry scene, ursula rucker is a skilled writer and dynamic performer who has used her fiery prose and invigorating imagery to excite and inspire listeners around the world for nearly three decades. In addition to her performance on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, rucker has established herself as a top-tier recording artist. rucker has collaborated with artists like The Roots, 4Hero, Jazzanova, Louie Vega, Doodlebug of Digable Planets and many more.