TezTalks Radio - Tezos Ecosystem Podcast

21: NFT Panel featuring Ruanth, Diela, and Daniel

July 01, 2021 Tezos Commons
TezTalks Radio - Tezos Ecosystem Podcast
21: NFT Panel featuring Ruanth, Diela, and Daniel
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TezTalks Radio - Tezos Ecosystem Podcast
21: NFT Panel featuring Ruanth, Diela, and Daniel
Jul 01, 2021
Tezos Commons

This weeks episode features an NFT panel of renown artists from different parts of the world with diverse backgrounds in the NFT space. Join us as we discuss NFTs and how Hic et Nunc is changing the entire landscape. 

Ruanth Chrisley Thyssen is a 1x Oscar Nominated, and 2x BAFTA Nominated Sound Designer. He’s a Dutch-Moluccan mix, growing up primarily in Dubai & Singapore. He speaks 5 languages, and has lived in 7 countries. Ruanth is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, National Film & Television School, in the UK


  • Creator of ‘53 Never Forgotten’ – NFT charity sale of 5300 NFTs of a digital art piece that serves to commemorate the lives lost on the Indonesian navy submarine – KRI Nanggala 402 – which sank in April. 


  • Features a 53-second animation loop of a submarine floating amongst animated waves, overlaid by 53 layers of sound... where the number 53 is symbolic of the number of naval officers who lost their lives in the tragedy. 


Diela Maharanie is an illustrator based in Jakarta Indonesia, whose works are mostly bright and colorful filled with vibrant patterns of super saturated hues but also hint at a mystery for the character. Maharanie's colors and patterns come across in dreamy illustrations and ethereal imagery. Her illustration, paintings and embroidery works have been shown in several exhibitions in some countries. https://www.instagram.com/dielamaharanie/


Daniel Howe is an American artist and educator. His art practice focuses on the writing (and close reading) of computer algorithms as a means to examine contemporary culture. Exploring issues such as privacy, surveillance, disinformation and representation, his work spans a range of media, including multimedia installations, artist books, sound recordings and software interventions. He currently lives in Hong Kong where he teaches at the School of Creative Media.

Show Notes

This weeks episode features an NFT panel of renown artists from different parts of the world with diverse backgrounds in the NFT space. Join us as we discuss NFTs and how Hic et Nunc is changing the entire landscape. 

Ruanth Chrisley Thyssen is a 1x Oscar Nominated, and 2x BAFTA Nominated Sound Designer. He’s a Dutch-Moluccan mix, growing up primarily in Dubai & Singapore. He speaks 5 languages, and has lived in 7 countries. Ruanth is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, National Film & Television School, in the UK


  • Creator of ‘53 Never Forgotten’ – NFT charity sale of 5300 NFTs of a digital art piece that serves to commemorate the lives lost on the Indonesian navy submarine – KRI Nanggala 402 – which sank in April. 


  • Features a 53-second animation loop of a submarine floating amongst animated waves, overlaid by 53 layers of sound... where the number 53 is symbolic of the number of naval officers who lost their lives in the tragedy. 


Diela Maharanie is an illustrator based in Jakarta Indonesia, whose works are mostly bright and colorful filled with vibrant patterns of super saturated hues but also hint at a mystery for the character. Maharanie's colors and patterns come across in dreamy illustrations and ethereal imagery. Her illustration, paintings and embroidery works have been shown in several exhibitions in some countries. https://www.instagram.com/dielamaharanie/


Daniel Howe is an American artist and educator. His art practice focuses on the writing (and close reading) of computer algorithms as a means to examine contemporary culture. Exploring issues such as privacy, surveillance, disinformation and representation, his work spans a range of media, including multimedia installations, artist books, sound recordings and software interventions. He currently lives in Hong Kong where he teaches at the School of Creative Media.