Wimbledon Meets Fine Art in Web3 Data Project

Wimbledon Meets Fine Art in Web3 Data Project

Andy Murray, Wimbledon, and Refik Anadol collaborated to create "The Exposition," a fine art digital sculpture derived from 18 years of Murray's Wimbledon performance data.

The Deets

  • Launched on July 7, exactly 10 years after Murray's first Wimbledon win
  • Live data collection during this year's Championships to further evolve the project
  • Unique algorithm used to create artwork, using millions of inputs from statistics, motion, audio, and visual data
  • Open Edition, $147 per mint
  • Holders of the Open Edition will have exclusive rights to buy a physical print edition of the artwork by Avant Arte

The Bulk

British tennis star Andy Murray, the Wimbledon Championships, and media artist Refik Anadol birthed a exploration of fine art, high-performance sport, and data science in "The Exposition." The collaborative project manifests as a fine art digital sculpture that encapsulates 18 years of Murray's Wimbledon performance data

Creation of this innovative artwork involved developing a unique algorithm that uses millions of inputs - spanning statistics, motion, audio, and visual data. The result is a striking visual representation of high-performance sports data.

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Excited to be partnering with @Wimbledon and @refikanadol Studio on a data-inspired digital art project involving every match I've ever played at Wimbledon.Andy Murray

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