AMSAR Fest 2022

One of the recent artworks by Dasha Wagner, called “Bloom”, has been presented at the AMSAR NFT/AR Exhibition. This digital art show became one of the most inspiring events of the Amsterdam Blockchain Week, where developers and investors from around the world come together to define the future of Web3.

All art pieces were geolocated* throughout the whole area of Museumplein park in the heart of Amsterdam, and will remain available for public from April 18 to April 25, 2022.

“We aim to provide an interactive experience between the consumers of NFT art and the artists, using AR to have the digital interact with the physical, and allowing the art to stand out in the real world, as it should.”

— AMSAR Team

“Bloom” is devoted to the exploration of boundaries between a human-made technological world and a physical reality transformed by nature. It has been minted in a limited number of editions which can be purchased at DoinGud marketplace.


*Location-based augmented reality ties digital content to a specific location in the physical world. So when the user enters in a predetermined physical space, the objects are displayed on the screen. This technology relies on GPS, digital compass, and other technologies to identify a phone’s location and position with a high level of accuracy.

Ars Electronica 2021

This year’s Ars Electronica 2021 festival theme is called “A New Digital Deal”. It encourages us to re-think the foundations of our computerized world. The “Ethno Zoom” animation created by Dasha Wagner will be presented at this global event focused on art, technology, and society. The festival will take place September 8-12 in Linz (Austria) and will include exhibitions, concerts, talks, conferences, workshops, and guided tours.


Inspired by traditional ethnographic motifs created by ancient American civilizations, this animation shows a modern twist by blending bright colors with black & white graphics.

https://ars.electronica.art/newdigitaldeal/en/