Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius present the third in a series of NFTs to be auctioned on SuperRare.

In the third of a series of four NFTs being made available for auction by Russian multidisciplinary duo in partnership with Fact, Kristina Karpysheva and Alexander Letsius reflect on the memory of a period of jetlag back in 2019.

The short piece, which combines strange and and occasionally nightmarish morphing faces with prickly timbres, is a reflection of the confusion and paranoia that can be created by the sleep deprivation created by moving across time zones.

“Who are we when we do not remember ourselves?,” say of the work, which combines real-time generated visuals with the sound of modular synthesisers. “We are just a short video with strange faces.”

Dark Matter is available to bid on here. Each NFT will be showcased by Fact in a virtual exhibition throughout this week. You can find the pieces at’s SuperRare profile and you can find more information on buying NFTs at SuperRare here.

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