Emerging Artist Releases NFT Collection To Address Nuances Around “Lines” - EIN News

Emerging Artist Releases NFT Collection To Address Nuances Around “Lines” – EIN News

Fault Lines, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Fault Lines, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Coastline, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Coastline, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Holiness, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Holiness, an NFT by Robyn Mallery

Artist Robyn Mallery, a student at Academy of Art University, has realeased his first NFT campaign. The theme revolves around the word “line” and its many uses.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES, July 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Artist Robyn Mallery, a student at Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, has recently launched his first NFT campaign. The theme revolves around the word “line” and its many uses.

“Phrases like cross the line, line of sight, draw the line, waiting in line, and so many more are used daily. What is a line? Who determines it? Is it subjective? These are all rhetorical questions I aim to ask with this NFT series. I want the viewers to define a boundary.”

Mallery notes his personal background by stating that he’s struggled with others pushing against his boundaries all his life. Coworkers, classmates, family, and friends have all stepped way “out of line”, so to speak. “Most frequently,” Mallery comments, “I would directly state what I needed with no room for miscommunication, and it would be directly ignored with no thoughts as to how it would adversely affect me. It’s damaging, and I think that if more people understood the concept of a boundary – as well as the many ways it can manifest – we would all be better off as a society.”

His NFT artwork drips and droops along the canvas, perhaps to say that not all boundaries are firm, even if they are known. The art certainly makes you question why certain lines were drawn, philosophically and visually.

Unfortunately, Mallery is not interest