This spring the Zabludowicz Collection presents Among the Machines, an exhibition of notable works from the Collection examining how humans interact with machines and non-human entities, alongside new augmented reality artworks created in direct response to the gallery space. As artificial intelligence (AI) develops to envelop and potentially surpass us, this exhibition asks: how will we respond to a stage of evolution beyond the human?
Hyundai Motor Company and Rhizome of the New Museum have partnered to support innovative digital art endeavours and exhibitions through to 2022. The debut exhibition, World on a Wire, has just opened on worldonawire.net, as well as the Hyundai Motorstudio in Beijing.
Obvious and RAWS have collaborated on a new artwork Parietal Burner #1 using cave paintings from Lascaux: The artwork is… Read More
Pace returns to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures.
Annka Kultys Gallery celebrates its fifth year with Ai-Da’s exhibition Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?
Annka Kultys Gallery celebrates its fifth year anniversary with Do Robots Dream of Electric Bees?, a ground-breaking, first commercial gallery exhibition of the work of an artificially intelligent artist.
Rob and Nick Carter talk to Lee Sharrock about their upcoming exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts, which will feature a new series of AI portraits of iconic artists including; Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Peter Blake and Yoko Ono.
A couple weeks ago I was invited by the MAXXI in Rome to attend the press conference and subsequent opening of their new exhibition, curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, Low Forms.
With AI becoming incorporated into more aspects of our daily lives, from writing to driving, it’s only natural that artists would also start to experiment with artificial intelligence.
Tabish Khan loves art and visits hundreds of exhibitions a year. But every now and then he comes across something… Read More