Acclaimed Swiss artist Urs Fischer is launching his first collection of NFT artworks soon, as part of a series titled CHAOS.
Each non-fungible token is comprised of two unique objects, such as BIC lighters that have been 3D scanned. These NFTs act as digital sculptures, in which the objects are on a constantly colliding course in motion and orbit. The entire collection of CHAOS counts 501 original works that will be transformed into crypto collectibles. The culmination of the project is CHAOS #501 a single NFT featuring all one-thousand objects represented from the collection of #1-#500.
“The sculptures, operating as an archeology of the present, are intended to manifest in any format that is capable of displaying, playing or showing a 3D sculpture in motion. They will exist in any space be it virtual, real, or a fusion of the two, now and forever, through current and future technology. Successful buyers will come away with Fischer’s work as an NFT, which is composed of a reference rendering and the underlying data to construct the work in any future digital space,” as per Pace Gallery.
First NFT piece will be sold in a live auction on the new online auction app Fair Warning, founded by ex-co-chairman of Christie’s Loïc Gouzer, followed by a series of drops in the coming weeks, kicking off on April 12th, on MakersPlace.
NFTs from the series will also be available through Pace Gallery as well as on Urs Fischer’s dedicated website www.CHAOSOAHCHAOS.com that will launch on April 12th. The works will also populate Fischer’s Instagram @CHAOSursfischer.