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artist and GAN generative Ai

year: 2022

size: 23622 px x 11811 px

Resolution: 300pixels/inch 

for exhibiting: digital presentation or

the print size and surface are adaptive


Pigment ink print on the Fine Art Canvas.

Image size: 160x80cm. with white borders 185 x 100cm.

Edition of 3 from which one is kept by the artist.

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



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