The work of Enzo Sarto has been included in the inaugural exhibition of "Encrypted Fills". A new digital exhibition space and archive created by Ryan Seslow and RJ Rushmore for creations at the intersection of digital art and street art. Essentially, the site archives artworks being produced specifically for the internet by street artists. Encrypted Fills brings together the best of a usually disparate set of artworks onto one website and into what will become a collection of digital exhibitions.
“We are very excited about this development,” says Ryan, “We want to promote this work and identify it as something particular and distinct from other art being produced in the street art and graffiti communities, and we also want to preserve the best examples of it for posterity, lest in the future we think of these works as standard and forget the artistic leaps that were made in the last few years and those that will be made in the years to come.”
For Encrypted Fills’ inaugural and eponymous exhibition, we have collected a range of pieces from more than a dozen artists to show the breadth of what street artists are doing when they move into digital art. Exhibited artists include Enzo Sarto, INSA, Rone, Olek, Peter Drew, John Fekner, Jilly Ballistic, Stinkfish, Enzo & Nio, Gaia, Caroline Caldwell, Abe Lincoln Jr., Adam VOID, Swampy, Leon Reid IV, General Howe, CAKE, Broken Fingaz and Ryan Seslow.