Artists & NFTs

With Sasha Stiles

This 7-week immersion in the crypto art ecosystem empowers artists and writers to unlock the creative potential of the blockchain, through lectures, tutorials, virtual field trips, and insights from leaders in the NFT space.

Office hours: Tuesdays 12 -1pm EST

Sep 19th - Oct 31st

3 pm - 5:30 pm EST

Students Max


Sasha Stiles is a poet, artist and AI researcher recognized as a pioneer of generative literature and blockchain poetics. Her cross-media work — which has been honored in the Future.Art.Awards, nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net, and exhibited in analog and virtual realms around the world — probes what it means to be human in a nearly post-human era. Stiles is co-founder of theVERSEverse, a literary NFT gallery, and Poetry Mentor to the humanoid android BINA48, and has spoken on poetry and technology at SXSW, Miami Art Week and Art Basel, the Contemporary and Digital Art Fair and elsewhere. Her hybrid book Technelegy has been hailed as “an instant techno-classic.”

Sasha Stiles, Analog Binary Code: plant intelligence Technobiological code poem, 2020, courtesy the artist
Sasha Stiles, Cursive Binary: My brain has crawled halfway to my heart. Code poem, 2021, courtesy the artist
Sasha Stiles, PROOF OF PAGE: Technelegy p. 54, Mourning Song. Original poetry, 2021, courtesy the artist.
Sasha Stiles, still from Softaware. Digital poem, 2021, courtesy the artist and Fort Gallery NFT.
Sasha Stiles, installation view of “Ars Poetica Cybernetica,” a solo show at ArtYard, February-March 2020. Image credit: Paul Warchol/Artyard.

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