Pamukkale University (PAU) Education Faculty Fine Arts Education Department Painting Education Lecturer Dr. Ceren Tekin Karagöz opened a different exhibition called NFT "Memory" and works can be accessed via QR codes. Providing information about the exhibition, Res. Assist. Dr. Ceren Tekin Karagöz said, "The works in this exhibition are presented to question the relationship between art and finance, which have changed and evolved in the past, present and will do so in the future, and to think about new concepts such as NFT (Non-Fungible Token), crypto money. In short, it consists of works that examine the changing financial phenomena, the phenomenon of art, the digitalization of art and the changing ways of seeing, and the relationship between art and finance. With the spread of the Internet, smart phones, new software and programs, people have turned to new applications. NFT has made it easier for artists and works of art to be protected and reach large audiences, especially with smart contracts (providing proof of the originality of the artwork). "The Internet has made art accessible to almost everyone in the world, and has also given us the opportunity to create a personal archive."