Zubak’s “Sacred Code” is a work of mystery and fiction. The artwork explores the controversial discovery of an ancient stone tablet discovered in December of 2020 in the north village of Istria, Croatia. Zubak invites us to think about code, culture, and preservation of data.
Florez’ “Reboot” is a reflection of humanity in the age of capitalism. Reminiscent of a globe spinning in space, “Reboot” aims to remind us that moments in time are fleeting, data can shift radically, and fortunes are fragile.
Christian Chegne’s “Dance of Dual” plays with his photography, digital artworks, and machine learning to create an output rooted in the creative process. In doing so, he is generating new works that bring together Chegne’s own inspirations and influences, and output them as new digital artworks.
Using public domain imagery, Ionson’s “The Artificial Intelligence Spawns” explores the idea of an artificial intelligence considering machine to human transmission. The machine wanders the space at Cape Kennedy before being set free, looping back again.
The use of machine learning to re-interpret Dimitri Kirsanoff’s early impressionist short film “Brumes d’automne” (1929) is the core of this work by luluxXX. The familiar imagery is transformed, and almost completely abstracted at times, to evoke a new experience for the viewer.