Hong Kong photography curator Bamboo Scenes expands to NFT art with the opening of their virtual “A Woman’s World” exhibition in honour of Women’s History Month.
Bamboo Scenes is opening their first virtual NFT exhibition with OnCyber, featuring five of Hong Kong’s leading women artists in celebration of Women’s History Month. The photography curator enters the realm of the Metaverse with “A Woman’s World,” opening on March 24th, 2022.
OnCyber hosts a platform for exhibiting NFTS in an immersive 3D environment, working closely with Metaverse architects to design custom spaces for artists and collectors to display their NFTs.
With a curated selection of powerful women artists in Hong Kong, Bamboo Scenes’ “A Woman’s World” celebrates their creative achievements both in Hong Kong, and the Metaverse. As a women-founded brand itself, Bamboo Scenes hopes to spread awareness and empower women artists as they find newfound success in the digital art world.
“World of Women – Woman #4311” by Payal Shah
Featured artists include Elaine Li and Vivien Liu, who are also a part of Bamboo Scenes’ collective, and are now expanding into NFT art. Claudia Chanhoi, the digital artist behind proactive Instagram account @brainxeyes, new media artist Sharmaine Kwan, and NFT collector Payal Shah, who has also release a line of wearable NFTs for her jewellery brand L’Dezen, will also be featured in “A Woman’s World.”
Visitors can access the virtual exhibition at any time after its opening, and will be able to immerse themselves in the digital world Bamboo Scenes has created 24/7. A high-quality 3D world rendered by OnCyber will enable guests to experience the exhibit realistically through virtual reality devices. The “metaspace” will also be accessible through laptops or mobile devices as well.
Bamboo Scenes’ team will also be hosting virtual talks with the featured artists, along with publishing a guided tour on YouTube which will explore the art pieces.
Still of “You broke my heart” by Vivien Liu
“A Woman’s World” commemorates Bamboo Scenes expansion into NFT art, as they bring their curation expertise digital. This special Women’s History Month exhibition also marks the first of a series of monthly virtual exhibitions Bamboo Scenes will be hosting. Their team will be exploring Europe and New York City over the summer to expand their collection and connect with local artists to build a global community and NFT art network.
Featured banner image: “Echos of Mine” by Elaine Li
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