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glitch by misha de ridder, released by Fingerprints, is a collection of 50 animated GIFs, stemming from photographs of erased graffiti. The act of erasing can involve both destruction and generation, transformation and reimagination — allowing for new possibilities to emerge.

Playing with notions of loss and re-coding, misha has re-animated the graffiti, inserting liminal afterimages of what was once there: faces, text, and indecipherable symbols. The result is a series of images that blur the lines between abstract painting, photography, animation, and token art. glitch meditates on the idea of “unwanted information,” — the delineation between messages that are wanted, seen, and proliferated, and those that are not. Like memes for the public space, graffiti is a subversive, spontaneous form of communication meant for the masses.

As a commentary on secondary market dynamics, misha has also introduced a twist: each time a token is traded, the artwork changes. On the first trade, the animation vanishes. Subsequent trades cause the image to fade, until eventually, a faint residue remains.

Collectors can pay to restore the image to the minted original, or choose to burn the token to redeem it for a limited edition, physical fine art print through a collaboration with Assembly.


Here's what you need to know:


The top 50 bids will secure a unique piece of art. We encourage our collectors to engage actively, as there is no limit to the number of bids you can place. Additionally, the more you bid, the higher your chances of winning multiple pieces.


Please note that once you place a bid, it is final and cannot be altered. We advise all our collectors to bid carefully and consider their choices thoughtfully. This rule ensures fairness and integrity in the auction process.


In our auction, fairness is key. If you are among the top 50 winners and your bid exceeds the lowest winning bid in this group, you will receive a rebate. This rebate equals the difference between your bid and the lowest winning bid, ensuring that all winners pay the same final amount for their art pieces.

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At the conclusion of the auction, non-winning participants are eligible to claim a full refund of their bid amounts. This process is straightforward and ensures that if you don't win, you can retrieve your investment without any hassle.

This auction format is designed to be engaging and fair, offering equal footing for all participants and a straightforward process for both winning and retrieving funds for non-winners.

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