Property’s invites 12 digital artists for collaborative live exhibition on OnCyber.


Property’s invites 12 digital artists for collaborative live exhibition on OnCyber.

Property’s invites 12 NFT-native artists for a collaborative live exhibition on OnCyber.

Insider brief

  • Property’s launch a digital live art exhibition on OnCyber.
  • 12 prominent artists collaboratively exhibit in the first public opening of the
    Property’s Gallery.
  • The opening on December 21st is planned as an interactive cross-channel
    experience for visitors and artists.

Property’s Digital Ventures (, premieres its move to OnCyber ( with an interactive live art exhibition on the platform.

The Singapore & Germany-based metaverse building & consultancy company displays 12 NFT-native artists during the first public live event on December 21st, 10 am EST.

“Every metaverse is inherently different and serves different use cases. Our goal is to use web3 and especially digital environments to create means of empowerment. Using OnCyber, we are in a position to enable both artists and collectors. Artists will be able to create custom environments that contextualize their art; collectors will be able to immersively experience and showcase the pieces in their collection.” –

Konrad Probst, CEO of Property’s. The digital live exhibition, led by Property’s Daniel Datsenko and Farai Makoni, is
following a proof-of-concept phase that initially introduced the idea of digital art
spaces within a smaller community.

“We are moving into stage 1 of the project. In PoC, we have asked our Twitter community of 30k followers to create and vote on AI-generated artwork. The winning artworks were exhibited beginning of December. That process worked superbly well and laid the foundation for bigger exhibitions within the Property’s Gallery on OnCyber. We aim to bring more prominent artists to leverage the power of digital environments, NFT-native or not.” says Daniel Datsenko, CMO of Property’s.

As highlighted on the social media accounts of Property’s, the upcoming exhibition will feature prominent artists such as photographer Giulio Aprin (@GiulioAprin) and Fidel Amos (@FidelEverywhere). The exhibition aims to be a first-of-its-kind
the exhibition as the opening is planned as a cross-channel experience for everyone in
the world to tune in to.

“What’s really exciting is not only that we were able to win some high-profile NFT artists, but at the same time, it is the experience in which we are rolling it out. We want the artists and visitors to be part of something big – something that they can share and interact with. The opening event will be a Twitter Spaces that concurrently enables us to guide all listeners and visitors through the gallery, have the artists
speak on their artworks and open the floor to community questions and interactive participation – regardless of physical limitations and time zones.

We want this to be a memorable and significant experience for everyone involved: artists, visitors, listeners, and ourselves.” shares Farai Makoni, Head of Marketing at Property’s. As the Property’s team states, the company’s Spaces on OnCyber are intended to open new use cases to various sub-groups within Web3, from artists and designers to collectors and hosts. Check out the Property’s Twitter channel for more information on upcoming exhibitions.

Jack Boreham

Jack Boreham

Jack Boreham is the editorial director and account executive at the Metaverse Insider: the leading metaverse publication globally. Jack has been at the forefront of the platform's growth as a metaverse specialist -writing and advising projects in the Metaverse space for over two years.

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