Click presents The (Dis)integration, a multi-part art series about the lost history archives hold. The series brings meaningful funding to Click’s mission of preserving historically important archives and launching oral history projects.
The (Dis)integration shows the personal automobile of a world-renowned artist in disintegration. The car, like almost all physical artifacts, is impermanent. The history it holds doesn’t have to be. After decades in archive, this monochromatic white series glimpses into the car’s history, before it is lost.
As the viewer is presented with this art series, one question lingers: What history is disintegrating along with the automobile? Similar to the process of an archaeologist uncovering disintegrating artifacts, The (Dis)integration will take them on a journey over the coming months to discover the answer.
The series celebrates Click's mission of preserving, digitizing, and celebrating the artworks and cultural treasures of the 20th and 21st centuries. By using NFTs to spotlight iconic artists and archives, Click is building bridges between the icons of history, today, and future generations by way of the blockchain.
There are 888 NFTs in the series (8 works with an edition size of 111). NFT holders of The (Dis)integration series will receive a special gift set that can be opened through NFT authentication.
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NFT holders will receive access to members-only dedicated Discord groups, inspiring art programming, exclusive content, and VIP parties and experiences.
Inspired by the cassette tapes left in the artist’s automobile, they will also receive a cassette that reveals the inspiration behind the art series and the lost history uncovered.
Additionally, holders of The (Dis)integration NFT will exclusively have VIP access to upcoming Click drops and programming for the 12 months following purchase.
20% of proceeds will benefit Art21 to foster their mission of inspiring a more creative world through the works and words of contemporary artists.
The remainder of the proceeds will establish Click’s Digitization Fund to digitize and preserve historically important archives, launch oral history projects, and bring meaningful funding to the arts.