Future Histories

Future histories cropped image. Two brightly colored wooden cutout figures suspended. The words future histories is written on the card

Banyule Council is proud to present Future Histories as part of our celebration of Midsumma Festival 2020. This art exhibition is a safe space for people to engage with LGBTIQ+ issues, and explores current themes facing the LGBTIQ+ community with a focus on gender diversity. Each of the artists explores...

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Set in Stone

A mosaic of a AI generated face made up of DCGAN generated faces

A series of marble faces, generated by AI, as it learns to create and update its bias’ on gender. First it is trained to generate masculine marble faces, fixed, immovable. Then marble feminine faces are added. It learns to change, a transgender neural network, updating its knowledge and its experience...

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Uncanny Valley

Promotional image for Uncanny Valley, a hand holds a phone up to a computer generated face. The phone is taking a selfie where the persons face has been overlaid with the face in the artwork.

Enter the Uncanny Valley, an unnerving place, a place to explore computer generated people, to transplant their faces onto your own and see humanity and the posthuman surrealism of snapchat through a computer’s eyes. Works generated by AI, added to your face using AI to turn you into a computer...

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Knox Immerse 2019: Hidden Worlds

Hidden worlds logo

What does gender look like when created by a machine? When given idealized figures from Greek and Roman statues how does a machine interpret them, create its own? And how does an artist respond to that? These works are a collaboration between human and computer, to create art where gender...

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