April 21, 2022 – The Cutting Edge with gmoney Podcast — where culture meets NFTs/Web3 via thoughtful conversation and education — announces their latest guest on the show, mixed media artist, Daniel Arsham, which will air on Thursday, April 21, 2022. This marks the second appearance of the world-renowned artist on The Cutting Edge with gmoney after audiences frequently requested Arsham back on the show to refresh previous insights and for deeper information sharing. In this episode, Arsham explains how he got into NFTs, advice he wishes he received when he started, and speaks to viewing art as a business. Arsham also details his Eroding and Reforming concept, alludes to potential future collaborators, and more. The Cutting Edge with gmoney can be listened to on all major streaming platforms.
Episode #34 features Daniel Arsham, whose iconic work spans across art, architecture, and live-experience. A powerful creative force with a signature, highly-coveted aesthetic, Arsham recently dropped his first NFT, “Eroding and Reforming Bust of Rome (One Year)” – quite literally, a Roman bust designed to “evolve and erode over time.” Creating art as NFTs is a progression from his work in traditional mediums – notably his work for brands including Dior and Porsche. In Episode #34 of The Cutting Edge, listeners will learn how this new Web3 technology has enhanced Arsham’s ability to introduce new concepts to the world. His work in the NFT space will dictate how artists interact with the metaverse for years to come. More information on Arsham is shared below.
The podcast features its host, gmoney – a renowned NFT cultural thought leader, educator, and community authority, best-known for sporting his iconic orange beanie CryptoPunk – picking the brains of noteworthy and successful individuals in the crypto/NFT space. gmoney uses his platform to elevate minorities, POC, and women in crypto, bringing a diversified perspective to the space on the ground floor. The Cutting Edge has featured guests like fashion legend and author, Bobby Hundreds, artist, Tom Sachs, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Andrew Yang, and digital artist, Don Diablo. Most recently, gmoney has used the platform to raise the new voices of the NFT space with musical artist LATASHÁ, nonbinary artist SamJ, and AI researcher Cyber.
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ABOUT Daniel Arsham
Daniel Arsham is a contemporary American visual artist who works across art, architecture, and performance. His work has been shown in museums and institutions worldwide, including MoMA PS1 and the New Museum, New York among others. He is the subject of a solo exhibition at Musée Guimet in Paris, and a forthcoming solo show at UCCA Dune in July 2021. Arsham’s work was also recently included in The National Gallery of Victoria’s NGV Triennial 2020. Since 2013, Daniel has developed a highly successful edition practice with global reach, becoming one of the key leaders in this space. His releases often sell out immediately, resulting in exponential secondary market results on StockX and at auction houses such as Sotheby’s. Arsham has also collaborated with the likes of Adidas, Dior, Pharrell Williams and Pokémon. In 2020, Arsham was named Creative Director of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers.
Futurist. Disruptor. Ape. gmoney is a renowned NFT cultural thought leader, educator, and community authority – perhaps best known for sporting his iconic orange beanie, CryptoPunk. He is one of the largest NFT collectors in the world today. gmoney sold Visa and Galaxy Digital the CryptoPunks they purchased for their collections, and he was featured on Fortune’s NFTy 50 most influential people in the NFT world. gmoney regularly educates people on why the largest corporations in the world – like adidas, Meta, Nike, Visa, or Pepsi – are rushing into crypto, and how blockchain and Metaverse strategy will be critical for future success and monetization. He also prominently uplifts POC, women, and other minorities in the space, positioning himself as a trusted, authentic, and diverse voice