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Ai-Da (created in 2019) is the world’s first ultra-realistic AI robot artist. She can draw, and is a performance artist. As a machine, with AI capabilities, her artist persona is the artwork, along with her drawings, performance art and collaborative paintings and sculptures.
(Artist in residence)
Gretchen Andrew, best known for her playful hacks on major art world institutions will unleash a new series of work that actively reprograms the artificial intelligence underlying the global internet.
Artist, activist, writer and educator, Morehshin Allahyari’s (b. 1985) work questions current political, socio-cultural and gender norms, with a particular emphasis on exploring the relationship between technology and art activism.
Stine Deja’s (b. 1986) practice explores the sticky in-between of real and virtual worlds with a striking arsenal of media that includes 3D animation, immersive installation, moving image, and digital surrogates.
Through her performative online projects Gertrūda Gilytė (b. 1992) examines the spiritual influencer culture, relationship between the #selfhelp and the self-optimization, and the ways in which spirituality, mysticism, and eternal values appear online.
A central interest of Rachel de Joode (b. 1979) is her play between the physical and the virtual world, exploring the relationship between the three dimensional object and its two dimensional representation.
Marc Lee (b. 1969) is experimenting with information and communication technologies and within his contemporary art practice, the artist reflects critically on creative, cultural, social, economic and political aspects.
!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s work engages with many of the core tenets of the post-internet age, in particular challenging notions of surveillance, social interaction and internet consumerism.
‘Reality Artist’, Signe Pierce (b. 1988) uses her body, the camera and her surroundings to produce films, performances and photographs, and with a singularly flashy, neon, Instagram aesthetic. Through her work, she posits questions regarding gender, identity, sexuality and reality within an increasingly digital world.
Aaron Scheer (b. 1990) uses painting techniques to create digital works on his computer, mimicking the use of physical media through various brushes and paint effects.
Digital artist, internet personality, Molly Soda (b. 1989) is best known for her webcam performances that she shares on line. ‘Tumblr aesthetic’, ‘bedroom culture’, social media culture anthropology are at the centre of Soda’s work.
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