An art to experience.​​

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Together, Niio Art and Nestle Spain are proud to present a curated NFT exhibition, hand-picked to delight the employees and celebrate creativity and inspiration
from the world’s top artists”


Rotating art on display​

Meet Me Halfway

Chun Hua Catherine Dong , Meet Me Halfway
Video Art / Film

Chun Hua Catherine Dong

About  the artwork

“Meet Me Halfway” is a multi-channel video installation that explores the perception of time and space in virtual reality and the inability to return to the present from searching the inner world. I brought my new passion towards abstraction and my vivid childhood memories into VR space and create imaginary worlds that can be experienced both in virtual and in real life. The inner worlds I created in VR shifts between concrete and ephemeral, abstract and realistic, 3D to 2D, organic and inorganic, forming temporary structures that constantly expand and collapse in time and space.



Kineret Noam , THREE ROOMS: The Dancer
Moving Image Edition of 35

Kineret Noam

About  the artwork

The dancing woman now occupies the center of a stage placed somewhere between the depths of the ocean and the night sky. Her image multiplies, creating a strange sea creature that moves harmoniously in a weightless space.

Interlinked I

Yuge Zhou , Interlinked I
Moving Image

Yuge Zhou

About  the artwork

Interlinked I depicts major urban centers moving together in unity. Footage filmed on either U.S. coast is reassembled into interlocking patterns of endless streams of transitory encounters and architectural variations—a collective tapestry of their citizenry.


Ronen Tanchum, Mountain
Moving Image

Ronen Tanchum

About  the artwork

The work represents a journey towards a greeted being.

Scapes of the scanned mountain and its surroundings are being deformed into an abstract digital movement and form.

Butterfly wall

Asterman, Butterfly wall
Moving Image


About  the artwork

Between Zhou and the butterfly there must be some distinction. This is what is meant by the transformation of things.

“Once upon a time, I, Zhuangzi, dreamt I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly. I was conscious only of my happiness as a butterfly, unaware that I was Zhuangzi. Soon I awakened, and there I was, veritably myself again. Now I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly, or whether I am now a butterfly, dreaming I am a man. Between a man and a butterfly there is necessarily a distinction. The transition is called the transformation of material things.”

“The Butterfly Dream” is the most famous story in the Zhuangzi book (c. 3rd century bce), one of two foundational texts of Daoism. The Zhuangzi is an ancient Chinese text from the late Warring States period which contains stories and anecdotes that exemplify the carefree nature of the ideal Daoist sage.

This work explores philosophical issues, stemming from the relationship between the waking state and the dream-state, or between illusion and reality.

Terra Incognita

Jacco Olivier, Terra Incognita

Jacco Olivier

About  the artwork

painterly view on Terra australis incognita

No Longer Dead

Jonathan Monaghan, No Longer Dead
Moving Image Edition of 20 + 2 AP

Jonathan Monaghan

About  the artwork

Referencing the iconic medieval imagery of a unicorn in captivity, No Longer Dead follows a psychedelic unicorn walking within an empty gray space resembling a photo studio. This ambiguous backdrop is populated with vignettes depicting security checkpoints, consumer electronics and baroque palaces. The work is a critical reflection of contemporary life, suggesting a type of captivity within modern consumer culture and the security state.

OOzy #3: just because you can’t swim in it doesn’t mean it isn’t there

Marina Zurkow, OOzy #3: just because you can’t swim in it doesn’t mean it isn’t there
Moving Image Edition of 20

Marina Zurkow

About  the artwork

OOzy #3: Just because You Can’t Swim in it Doesn’t Mean it isn’t There” offers vision-centric humans to dream of the deepest parts of the ocean, to figure and protect these deep ocean scapes as a still-unknown, critical, and lively component of our planetary systems. 6,000 meters below the ocean surface, a human would experience crushing pressure, freezing temperatures, and total darkness. But other beings thrive in the Abyssal Zone; at 300,000,000 square km, it is the largest environment for earth life. Coral reefs, squid, sea spiders thrive; many are transparent, luminescent, lit from within.  Minerals ooze out of hydrothermal vents that connect saltwater to gas to the earth’s core. We explore these spaces with sensors and remote-operated vehicles.

Interlinked II

Yuge Zhou, Interlinked II
Moving Image

Yuge Zhou

About  the artwork

Interlinked II is a collage of hundreds of video clips shot in the subway stations in New York City. This underground network becomes the stage for the Sisyphean routines of its commuters. The ever-cycling movement suggests a rhythm and theatricality in these urban passageways.


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