In 2022, I began to think of my smart contracts as "medium-native artworks." After all, they were designed for and within the EVM and its constraints; they were interoperable, exposed APIs to interact with the visual art, and experimented with blockchain incentives. My thinking went further: they're native to computing arts, digitally native, because they're math equations quantized to the pixel and its RGB color space. Surely, this makes the work special and worthy of attention, or at least a pure gesture exploring the medium. I mean, it’s not like I’m pretending it’s paint.