Frankenstein's Telephone is now an interactive online Artificial Intelligence art exhibition. Visit www.frankensteinstelephone.com to view my works and create your own.
These AI based artworks have been made with image translation neural networks online. They are somewhat poignantly resonating with my feelings during isolation and quarantine during the Covid19 crisis
There are a lot of presuppositions in this article that require examining. Much of this is written from an artistic academic perspective which (hello!) puts me in a unique position to explore. https://twitter.com/frieze_magazine/status/1019144783338655744?s=21 This talks about AI evangelists a lot and engineers working on artistic applications. It puts forward the statement that AI needs art … Continue reading AI evangelism and Art Creation
$2800 Warraguk is an Aboriginal spirit from the Kakadu Tribe in Northern Central Australia. His wings are similar to a sugar glider's and he roams during the day searching for mormo- honey. Aboriginal artwork is unusual in its x-ray style, showing the bones inside the outline of the figure. This artwork pays homage to that … Continue reading Warraguk (searching for mormo) – 36×48 Oils on Canvas