The Art World's Future with Bindia Hallauer


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The conversation in this episode touches a wide range of topics, from cryptocurrency to abstract expressionism. Full-time artist Bindia Hallauer offers valuable insights from her 20 years in the tech field and predicts where the art world goes from here.

Bindia Hallauer creates paintings with abstract spatial forms that intersect and overlay with versatile coloration and offer themselves to perfectly designed lyrical compositions.

She became a full-time artist in 2018. Bindia has a technology and design background. She holds graduate degrees both in engineering and design.

She has lived in America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. Just as her world travels have taken her to places that influenced her perceptions, her artwork can move each viewer uniquely.

Her paintings have been shown in galleries in Las Vegas and New York.

Currently, she resides in Henderson, Nevada, USA and is a member of the Las Vegas Artists Guild. Bindia contributes via her art often to humanitarian and environmental causes.

At the beginning of the episode, Rachel talks about the unprecedented Christie's auction that took place just hours before the interview was recorded. Beeple's digital art masterpiece, EVERYDAYS: THE FIRST 5,000 DAYS sold at a Christie's auction for $69 million. The purely digital work, offered with a unique NFT, is a landmark in the converging worlds of art and cryptocurrency. Find the article and video Rachel references here:

To learn more about Bindia Hallauer and her work, visit her website, Facebook page, and (most importantly) her Instagram.

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