Lyam is a collection of 340 low-fidelity generated images.
Each image is made from a different scene frame of Alain Renais' 1961 Last Year at Marienbad. Each frame is autonomously reduced to 10 different inverted grayscale values on a 4 x 10-pixel grid. This grid is then scaled up 1000 times using a bilinear interpolation algorithm.
The title of each artwork of the collection gives enough information to recreate it, the NFT is independent of outside storage solutions and its perpetuity is assured.
Each title follows this format:
LYAM_serial number_grid format_grayscale values_scale_interpolation algorithm
The viewing room is a simple app/blank space to visualize the content of a collector’s wallet. It answers the need for a minimal 2D virtual gallery.
Copy paste any wallet address that holds artworks from the collection to view them. The link to this viewer can be shared with others. Click on the image to see the original file or on the name to be redirected to Opensea marketplace.