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AGI after AI after Algorithm after Artist after Artists and Again 

"Nothing of him that doth fade
But doth suffer a sea-change
Into something rich and strange"

The Tempest (1611–12)

Works 'Artist after Artists' is composed digitally using its drawings and low-resolution images of well-known classical paintings,  acquired randomly via the Google search engine. Driven by her intuition, imagination, preloaded experiences, and present state of mind, the artist merged the selected parts into new narratives. 

The following works 'Algorithm after Artist after Artists' are ( just some of) an infinite number of hypothetical versions of the first work algorithmically processed through the pre-trained AI model with built-in algorithms. This dreamlike psychedelic landscape trip, through the random, mysterious, and yet somehow familiar terrain is created by a convolutional neural network (ConvNet)

Artist Silvio Lorusso ( for the exhibition BiblioTech (2022) at NeMe Arts Centre, Limassol) concluded that the absurdism of AI, with the given access to the analogies of older forms of absurdity, hides in plain sight by perplexing us in its terminology and practices while affording us new parodies.

We are offered the possibility to explore the degree to which our present and future realities are being increasingly simulated. And to pose such questions as; at what point will we still be aware of the extent to which our perceptions, and our realities, are being shaped by the very machines we created?


Exhibitions AaAAA:

2014 Limiere de paux, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

2014 Altstadthalle Gallery, Zug, Switzerland

2015 T.I.N.A. Lisbon, Los Angeles & San Paulo, Honourable Mention of the Jury  

2016 2nd FRESH -The Modern Portrait, JanKossen Contemporary gallery New York

2016 44. World Gallery of Drawing, OSTEN BIENNIAL OF DRAWING Skopje 2014, Macedonian Academy of Art

2016 1st Prize in Digital Art at 2nd LYNX International Art prize by The Associazione Culturale IL SESTANTE (A.C.I.S.)  Trieste, Italy

2017 Lokarjeva galery, Ajdovščina, Slovenia

2017 Sala degli Archi of the New Fortress, Livorno, Italy

2017 CICA Museum, South Korea, 2017, CICA 미술관은, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art

2017 Social Art Award, Berlin Germany

2017 October Salon, Cvijeta Zuzorić Art Pavilion, Belgrade Serbia

2018 Salon d'automine, IFC French Institute - Collection Gallery, Nicosia, curated by Michèle Ansermet Papadopoulos

2018 18th Asian Art Biennial Bangladesh 2018, Shilpakala Academy Dhaka, Bangladesh

2020 The State Gallery of Contemporary Cypriot Art purchased the work "Nothing Compares to You" Multiverse

2021 Our DNA, curated show Kehler Liddell Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

2022 dig(id)entities reimagined, NFT, Gallery NO Concept, Belgrade

2022 Ignite the Future by INSTINC D. curators: A. Jovanić, Icki and Teng Yen Hui. Physical and Metaverse Gallery, Singapore.

2022 Women in Religions: from spiritual leadership to female empowerment, Curator: Prof. Umberto Mondini. Cornaro Art      Institute, Limassol.

2022 Glitch Art International Online Exhibition - Third Edition, Brazil. Curated by Cleber Gazana

2023 The 5th International Conference on Arts and Humanities (ICSAH) and the Dante Alighieri Society of Nicosia in cooperation with the Libera Università Internazionale Degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (Luiss) and the Pontificia Università Salesiana, Italy 2023

Exhibitions AaAaAAA:

6th International Triennial of expanded Media, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić, Belgrade

Find The Artist


artist and GAN generative Ai

work continues by training AI models to find all artists' art references

which is used to create the images, as well as new

objects and answers to a question about who is an actual artist.


digital image 

year: 2022

size: 23622 px x 11811 px

Resolution: 300pixels/inch 

This bizarre landscape of thirty-three images was created in less than an hour using (one of some recently offered on the net) ‘GAN* Ai's ‘instant’ art creating generative programs, prompted by the user’s text and a choice of preprogrammed art styles.

So, who is the artist for such art: the user, the programmer, or the machine learning algorithm?

One could argue that GANs are an artistic tool, used in much the same way as a camera. However, as Artificial Intelligence progressively bridges the gap between the capabilities of humans and machines, several important questions must be raised. Can machine learning (ML) models truly emulate the creative process that occurs when making art? And what of the cognitive and emotional interaction that takes place between an artist and an observer during the consumption of art? How will we differentiate between random digital output and authentically produced art? Will we reach a stage where GANs will replace artists? What about the legal rights of art creation? Though some distance from that point, we are not so far as to avoid asking these questions now.


2022 UNRELEASED MATERIALS, 6th International Triennial of expanded media, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić, Belgrade

2023 Plexus Project online exhibition GUI/GOOEY, curator Laura Splan, New York

2023 Transhumance, CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium (CTAO), Lavagna, Italy



4-Nina Sumarac_I Refuse to Live in Fear, METAVERSE_Orig. drawings and paintings with the c
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