Rick Silva Invites Artists to Cultivate NFT Plant Fictions Into Existence on Feral File

Named after William Gibson’s 1977 short story, “Fragments of a Hologram Rose” opens on the curated NFT marketplace Feral File. Inspired by the dark flower fiction, curating artist Rick Silva asked ten peers including Lawrence Lek, Peter Burr, Rosa Menkman, Sabrina Ratté, and Sara Ludy (image: Plants are everywhere you can’t see them) “to create their own sci-fi plants.” Similar to Gibson, “these artists cultivate their fictions into existence,” writes Silva, “like botanists from a parallel future or an unknown world.”

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