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Bengt Tibert (Poland)

1. Tell me about something you liked as a child.

Drawing, making stop-motion films, Lego, World Wrestling Federation, Tony Hawk.

2. Who is your favorite Artist? (Art, books, games, etc.)

Trey Parker

3. What was your personal motivation to work on art?

I don’t remember. I’ve always done it and can’t imagine a life without doing something creative. AI has only made that need stronger.

4. What is the important part you would like to talk about through art work?

My main focus is on exploring human nature, but the fact that it’s created with artificial technology is essential.

5. Tell us about your worldview to understand your work, and what methodology do you
use to capture it in your art?

I like to view mundane reality as slightly deviant and try to keep it simple.
6. Your work Athlete A and Athlete B seems like a metaphor for power. It also talks about the past Cold War and the current situation of humanity and AI. What do you think are the current great forces and can you talk about AI?

Climate and innovation, but there’s a great polarization in every area of life.
Tension is powering the world.
AI divides people, but it’s also a collective entity and I believe it can cause good.


7. Why did you start NFT ART?  

The NFT market is a natural habitat for AI art.
It’s a way to reach my audience.
I’m grateful to the collectors who fuel the artists.


8. What is the most memorable moment while doing NFT ART?  

Having my first two NFT’s collected by Claire Silver and Rudy Adler. Being invited to Fellowship by Alejandro Cartagena. Everything since then. Each moment of listing a piece  is important.

9. What do you think about the risk of hacking while working on NFT art, and what measures can be taken to prevent it?

I’m seeing experienced people getting hacked in most sophisticated and insidious ways. Keeping the wallets safe, always triple checking is important, but I hope safety will improve soon.

10. What do you think is the role of an artist today?

There is no doubt artists working with innovative technologies are the pioneers. But we’ll see people without traditional art training create and engage with art in new ways.

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