- Patrick Amadon is a glitch artist based in Los Angeles who combines art with activism.
- He has gained attention for his controversial works, including the “No Rioters” digital billboard displayed during Hong Kong Art Week that was eventually taken down for its political undertones.
- Amadon is an advocate for digital disobedience and believes that crypto’s disruptive nature challenges existing structures.
- He sees potential in the crypto and NFT space for democratizing the art industry and making it more accessible to marginalized artists and collectors.
- Amadon has recently launched a unique NFT drop called Doppelganger that explores the connection between nonfungible tokens and multiple artworks.
- He has sold notable NFTs and is optimistic about the future of the crypto and NFT space for artists.
- Patrick Amadon is a glitch artist based in Los Angeles who combines a passion for art and activism.
- He has gained controversy and international headlines for his “No Rioters” digital billboard displayed during Hong Kong Art Week.
- Amadon embraces the crypto ethos and believes that those who are involved in crypto are inherently digital disobedient.
- He sees art as a medium for voicing his passion for activism and highlighting societal issues.
- Amadon’s recent NFT drop, Doppelganger, explores the connection between nonfungible tokens and multiple artworks.
- He believes that the crypto and NFT space has the potential to democratize the art industry and make it more accessible.
Note: This article was originally published on Cointelegraph.