If you love something, you give it away for free.Colborn Bell
This brings the conversation to today’s rapidly growing cryptoart space and artists becoming preoccupied with valuing art and the number of sales of their artwork. In his opinion, when rules and economics drive art, it limits an artist’s creativity.
Crypto Art allows people to create whatever they want without limitations. The best artists he knows are more concerned with creating than with seeking value. A true artist continues to create because they believe in it.
“If you love something, you give it away for free.”
He mentions artists such as Robness and Max Osiris, who experimented with their creativity and sold some of their pieces for nominal amounts initially. It’s fascinating to see how much value it accumulated in secondary sales. When artists view art as a market, they become entrepreneurs, and crypto art inherently combines these fields.
The idea of relinquishing control with the concept of secondary markets, as well as the Museum’s future, fascinates him. Continue