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deeep™ X London- Ai + NFT art exploring the meaning of “X” in digital art.

deeep™ X LONDON will show new avant-garde Ai + NFT art exploring the meaning of “X” in digital art.

deeep™ is the UK’s first art fair showcasing more than 50 artists and artificial intelligence as an art form. With 20 curated foundations, artists and galleries presenting their work.

deeep™ brings together the work of established artists and emerging talent, presenting works made possible by the use of algorithms, deep learning, code and digital manipulation.

deeep™ will trace the early origins of the proto movement from the 1950s to the present day, and anticipate its future.

deeep™ X LONDON, Ai + NFT art second edition, 10th – 13th October 2022,
Art Opening Tuesday 11th 6pm -10pm Gallery 46

Pindar Van Arman "Quantum dreams" 2022
Pindar Van Arman “Quantum dreams” 2022 Van Arman x Usher – Quantum Dreams is an artwork that was procedurally generated by observing atoms on an actual quantum computer. It features an AI created image of Morpheus, the God of Dreams . Van Arman has also teamed up with David Usher to sculpt a custom AI personality for the artwork. Talk with Morpheus as it pushes the boundaries of our dreams and creativity. – Includes 3 versions: lofi/1080p/4K

Pindar Van Arman is an American artist and roboticist who designs painting robots that explore the differences between human and computational creativity. Since his first system in 2005 he has built multiple artificially creative robots earning multiple accolades including a TEDx Talk, making the Shortlist at Barbican’s DevArt Competition, and First Prize in the Robot Art 2018.

His favourite review of his journey came when Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Jerry Saltz said that work by the robot “doesn’t look like a computer made it.”

Key Artist on Superrare.  Generated over 3M$ on bitgan series. 

Obvious, this exciting trio made art history by selling the first AI portrait “Edmond de Bellamy” from the Bellamy series for $432,000 at Christie’s New York auction in 2018, and they have since made a name for themselves as the pioneers in this field.

Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm is an award-winning artist with a dedication for ARTificial Intelligence, machine learning, discourse theory and human existentialism. Cecilie has exhibited worldwide, e.g. at Victoria and Albert Museum and Ars Electronica, and received The Lumen Prize and the British TECHNE Award.

ARTificial Mind is an art studio founded by artist Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm that specialises in creating tech-art. We use machine learning, blockchain, hacking and other cutting-edge technologies to create interactive artworks.

OXIA PALUS– (George & Antony)

Oxia Palus "Cupid and Psyche" - A Diego Velázquez TextMaster.
Oxia Palus “Cupid and Psyche” – A Diego Velázquez TextMaster. 1/1. NFT and Physical canvas

George is a UK Space Agency PhD candidate at University College London (UCL) researching trace gases in the Martian atmosphere. George holds a Master’s in Space Science and Engineering from University College London and a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Warwick. George’s journey into the world of AI art is circular, from art to space science to machine learning to art. His influences in AI art lie at the nexus of space exploration, dreams, and science fiction. His work through Oxia Palus, reconstructing the past with AI offers an alternative to how AI is creating new value in the art world. He asks, 

If we could use AI to accelerate the identification and reconstruction of all art that has been lost from the world, how would this change our understanding of the history of art and society today? 

Anthony is a Machine Learning and Behavioural Neuroscience PhD candidate at University College London.  Anthony holds a BA in theoretical physics from Trinity College Dublin, an MSc in high performance computing from the University of Edinburgh and an MSc in machine learning from University College London and has worked on many industry projects in the machine learning domain.

ARNIE ‘Bunny Sunset’, 2022
ARNIE ‘Bunny Sunset’, 2022

ARNIE is a contemporary French artist working on the themes of post-human, transparency common in the forms of painting, performance, video, sculpture and photography. With his mobile sculpture “WWW”, he decides to present in its form, the thematic of “transparency”. He stares at and suspends WWW’s showy nature, incantation and internet symbol, from a kaballist reading of the signs. Since the letter W has the numeric value in gematria 6, Arnie reveals the intrinsic nature of the internet.

Theme he will defend again on the line of the post-human in the guise of a robot thinker “Der Golem”.
For his series on canvases “2 MILLION PIXELS,” he exposes the world read, captured and permanently sealed from the active prism of the operating pixel. Arnie, for his work “ROLL OVER”, plays ultra pop performances (roller girl on canvas) to integrate the post-Duchampian idea of the return of art on itself. His last video “FOREVER MOZART” violates the digital universe, bringing it up to a radical contemplation. His next exhibition on the subject of the post-human will show his centrepiece “DER GOLEM EMET”, a fusion of the robotic Golem Rodin thinker.

A philosopher by training, he became an artist-composer-performer on the London punk rock scene under the name “Cristine” and signed on the famous Mute Records label while working on his themes, installation projects and performances. He now lives between London and Paris since 2004 after spending two years in Antwerp where he composes electronic serial music. His latest Work is based on Playboy 70’s cover, Arnie used an algorithm to reinterpret and extract unknown digital epiphanies.

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