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Christina Lewis Vizcarrondo, also known as Bonesy, is a Puerto Rican interdisciplinary artist based in San Juan. Her work explores themes of mysticism, nature, and the intersection of fine art and emerging technologies such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and blockchain. Her style is influenced by the techniques and rebellious spirit of artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and Arnaldo Roche, and she is known for combining traditional oil painting with immersive AR filters.


Bonesy has been recognized for her contributions to the field of NFT art and the use of blockchain technology as a certificate of authenticity. In June 2022, she presented at NFT.NYC on this topic, and in August, participated in a panel discussion at the Porsche NEXT: Innovation Forum on the current state and future potential of NFTs in Puerto Rico. She was also featured in the print edition of Elle Magazine and interviewed for an article about women working in the web3 space. In addition, she appeared in the documentary "What the Media Gets Wrong about Crypto in Puerto Rico" by Carly Reilly for Overpriced JPGs.


As she continues to push the boundaries of what is possible with technology such as AI, VR, and AR, Bonesy remains dedicated to getting her hands dirty with traditional paint and materials. Her art always seeks to unite the past with the future in unexpected ways.

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