It always starts as an interview, a silent interrogation of sorts. Who are you? I ask as I sit across the screen from the images and begin to scroll, click, zoom. What are you trying to say? What’s important to you? Where are your obsessions, your preoccupations? In any NFT art collection, I look for the unexpected, the unpredictable, for elements and images that recur, the hidden-in-plain-sight markers of any particular reference, philosophy, argument. Creative work requires immense courage because artists can’t help but leave their fingerprints on the things they make; they always risk being seen by those who choose to look.