I am really happy to invite you to the opening of our exhibition „The Divine Complex“ on October 25th in London!
And I am especially excited as our artist collective Androtechne brought together the results of an exploration of the foggy futures that await us, from artificial intelligence through trans humanism, bionics to spirituality and overall questions of our role as humans between progress and dystopia. What moral compass? Is it inherent in humanity to seek to play god.
I will show a number of work that was all created through Artificial Intelligence.
The Uncanny Series is an exploration of beauty and decay. Fed with renaissance painters and fetish terms, artificial intelligence creates a very pleasing but also disturbing interpretation of human flesh. These contradicting emotions make existence the most interesting.
The Divine is an exploration of beauty and terror of human hubris. Fed with renaissance painters, the , artificial intelligence creates a very pleasing but also disturbing interpretation of a nuclear explosion. Be These contradictive emotions make existence the most interesting.
For Rimming Fed with supposedly harmless terms I managed to have the AI, A technology that is bound by very restrictive Conservative terms, create almost explicit scenes. I was interested how this powerful tool, that is the most advanced piece of technology, actually is restricted by ancient religious believes.
The exhibition runs from 25.10—06.11.2022
Open from 1—7pm daily. (1—5pm Sundays, Thursday 3rd until 9pm).
The Private View evening is 25th October from 6—9pm if you would like to attend please let me know.
159 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG
You can also visit a Virtual Version of The Divine Complex by Androtechne!
There will be a Life Drawing Event on Oct. 28th, an online artist talk on Nov., 1st at 7pm
To book and join the events please visit AndroTechne.com.
With: Jonathan Armour, Jamie Gallagher, Richard Dickson, Brian Dennis, Georg Meyer-Wiel, Mark Ho, Susie Breen, Alto, Sakib Kahn, and myself