Ai-Da’s current exhibition, “Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?”, has been selected and featured on Club Innovation & Culture France website. The article includes an in-depth survey of the exhibition, including pictures and videos from the gallery’s Instagram profile. You can read the article (in French) here.
“Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?”, the exhibition by the robot artist Ai-Da at AKG, has been featured on CLOT Magazine. The show, on view until October, 10th, builds on a new body of work by the humanoid artist and includes paintings, sculptures and video. You can read the article here.
Art Daily notes: ‘Annka Kultys Gallery in East London is the first commercial art gallery to represent a humanoid robot artist.’ The article, focusing on Ai-Da Robot’s artistic practice, dives deep into her body of works exhibited in the occasion of her solo show at AKG, on until October, 10th. You can read the article, at this link, to gain a comprehensive and in-depth view of Ai-Da’s first-of-a-kind works and exhibition.
Robot artist Ai-Da is featured on the Russian magazine Kommersant in relation to his participation in the exhibition “Do Robot Dream of Electric Bees?” currently on view at AKG. The article contains information about Ai-Da as well as details about her practice and future shows. Read the full piece (in Russian) here.
The forthcoming exhibition “Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?” at Annka Kultys Gallery has been featured as one of the “Top Gallery Exhibitions to Visit this September” alongside shows at White Cube, Victoria Miro and Marian Goodman Gallery. The show will open on September, 10th, and will be the first commercial exhibition featuring new works by the ultra-realistic humanoid artist Ai-Da. You can read the article at this link.
FAD Magazine has featured Ai-Da and her Zoom talks with artist and sculpture Sadie Clayton. The series of talks, which the editor Mark Westall called “unlike any other,” consisted of an informal chat between the two artists, who had already collaborated last October for Tate Exchange. You can read the article here.
Ai-Da Robot has been interviewed by editor Geraldine Wharry for Dazed Digital. The conversation between the two features a dialogue about Ai-Da practice, inspirations and “why she’s here to push us to reconnect with what it means to inhabit our sense of community as humans who consider ourselves part of one group, one species.” You can find the full feature here.
Ai-Da has been mentioned in an essay about the relationship between AI and creativity, and about its legitimacy in the art world. Concerning the ultra realistic humanoid artist, the writer Chris Fite-Wassilak compares Ai-Da’s work to Andy Warhol and reports “after devising ‘her’ paintings, the schemes are handed over to a human artist, Suzie Emery, to execute; the results still being fey abstractions”. You can read the full piece here.
Ai-Da Robot has hosted a workshop at Tate Exchange, together with artist Sadie Clayton. Called Black Creativity & Technology, the event has focused on “engaging the public to question our relationship with technology, art, race and identity”. It’s Nice That reported the event on their magazine, you can read the feature and see Ai-Da’s works here.
A deep survey of Ai-Da and her artistic practice has been published on the Time. The editor of the article, Suyin Haynes, tells the reader about her meeting with the AI humanoid and about the exhibition Ai-Da participated in Oxford, UK. To read the full article and see a few of Ai-Da’s works, click here.
Frieze’s editor Dan Fox wrote an article about Ai-Da, after his participation in the unveiling of the AI humanoid artist in Oxford, UK. In this analytical opinion piece, Fox delineates the event and Ai-Da’s creation process, reporting that Aidan Meller, its creator, “hopes Ai-Da will provide a way for humans to grasp what machines will bring in the coming decade”. You can read the full piece at this link.
The show by Ai-Da Unsecured Futures, in Oxford, UK, has been featured in Artnet. The editor, Naomi Rea, dives into a deeply informative conversation with the creators of Ai-Da, and discusses Ai-Da’s appearance and artistic practice. Click here to read the piece.