The VoiceNFTTM Residency brings together visionary
curators with bold creators to explore the power of NFTs.
The VoiceNFTTM Residency brings together visionary curators with bold creators to explore the power of NFTs.
Myriam Ben Salah is a Tunisian-French curator who currently serves as the director and chief curator of the Renaissance Society in Chicago. She was recently the co-curator of Made in L.A. 2020: a version, the biennial of the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Ben Salah has been in charge of special projects and public programs at Palais de Tokyo from 2009 to 2016, focusing especially on performance art, moving image and publishing initiatives. She was the Guest Curator of the 10th edition of the Abraaj Group Art Prize in Dubaï (2018) where she worked with winning artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan on a large-scale commission.
"I was intrigued by the NFTs because for once, something was creating a shift in the art world, and shaking things up. It is better to experiment and figure it out, rather than replicate previous models indefinitely."
Myriam Ben Salah