Dynamic NFT project - Trancient Labs and The Hug

 I am part of the Innovation Lab program of Trancient Labs and The HUG. In the last 6 weeks a group of artist came together to learn about Dynamic NFT's. 

 To implement what we've learned and to experiment with the technology, we all are creating innovative NFT's. 

This inquiry is at the root of my project:

(How) can art intentionally be used as a catalyst for transforming emotional states, promoting healing and change using colors, geometry and sound?

Natural Next Question:
What has been written, proven, discovered or is know about the relation between emotional states and color, frequencies and geometry.

So far: I’ve been studying the effect of chromotherapy (color therapy), geometrical shapes and the Solfeggio sound frequencies that can be used as a form of sound therapy. I’ve been researching the map of consciousness from David Hawkins, that defines values, attitudes, and emotions that correspond to levels of consciousness. And I am learning from the geometrical patterns that are created by frequencies, called Cymatic patterns that are found in our bodies and nature.

How can I experiment with these elements and create dynamic art pieces that the viewer can feel and ‘benefit’ from. 

Another question that is on my mind:
What would be a fun way to ‘measure’ peoples experience and state of being  before and after interacting with the art pieces. The intention for it isn’t necessarily to actually measure it, but more so to make people aware of the intention and become more aware of what they feel and experience when they look at the art. 

For this project I am collaborating with Botina, a musician and 3D artist. Follow along if you are curious to see the result of this collaboration.


(Botina and I spontaneous got on a call after he commented on something that I shared about the Cymatics, asking me if I was going to use it for my Dynamic NFT’s. We explored ideas and decided to create something together. I am super excited to see what w’ll cook up together in this Lab.)


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