TezQuakeAid is bringing the Tezos community together to provide emergency assistance to the disaster-stricken regions of Turkey and Syria. Clovis McEvoy speaks with some of the organisers about the essential work they are doing, and how their organisation might serve as a blueprint for future campaigns.
Berk Kaan Kaya doesn't create calming spaces for clients. He extends “peace of mind” into the virtual world. He speaks to Steph Kunkel about connecting human mood to digital environment, and how his dreamscapes build a backdrop for collectors to imagine their own safe havens.
F. Dilek Uyar is a lawyer and photographer from Ankara, Turkey. She’s won the National Geographic Travel Photographer award and over 200 others. In conversation with Nina Knaack, she discusses the power of art, the necessity of making yourself heard, and how hard that can be, especially as a woman in Turkey and in web3.
Barış Varujan Kabalak found himself compelled to tell the stories that lived so vividly in his mind. The Istanbul artist speaks to Léa Rose Emery about storytelling, NFTs, and connecting with audiences through a single click.
Dolce Paganne has exhibited her art in three continents, but it’s in web3 where the macabre voodoo artist has found real community and technology that she describes as a “spaceship”. She sits down with Georgie Miller to explore her work, the meaning behind it, and her secret weapon.
“It’s fun to look at the world from a different perspective, from new angles.” Deniz Kalayci expresses herself through photography. Georgie Miller caught up with her to hear about the stories, her globe-trotting collections, and why she loves the streets.