Jonas Lund, What You Get Is What You See, 2022
Artwork persentation of What You Get Is What You See by Jonas Lund within the exhibition NfTNeTArT
About the event
Jonas Lund: What You Get Is What You See, 2022 (128 pieces)
Every visitor to whatyougetiswhatyousee.net browser size, collected, and played back sequentially, ending with your own. A spin-off of "What You See Is What You Get" (2012), with the possibility to mint your own style of all the different captured browser windows. Once minted, the HTML structure will remain the same for all the NFTs, only the style changes. Every time you reload the home page the Style ID updates. You can also put in your own Style ID. Only one NFT can be minted with a specific Style ID. When you mint, the style that you see becomes your NFT's style. Once all the 128 pieces have been minted, the page will stop collect frames and move to IPFS.
Join us for the Instagram Live interview with Jonas Lund on 11 March 2022 (time tbc).
Jonas Lund (1984, Sweden) creates paintings, sculpture, photography, websites and performances that critically reflect on contemporary networked systems and power structures of control. His artistic practice involves creating systems and setting up parameters that oftentimes require engagement from the viewer. This results in performative artworks where tasks are executed according to algorithms or a set of rules. Lund questions the traditional power structures that characterize the contemporary art world, as well as the process of making optimal strategic decisions. Through his works, Lund investigates the latest issues generated by the increasing digitalisation of contemporary society like authorship, participation and distribution of agency. At the same time, he questions the mechanisms of the art world; he challenges the production process, authoritative power and art market practices.