- An unsupervised exhibition was announced by Refik Anadol.
- Many artists are accepted to be there on 19 November at MoMA.
- The exhibition will be the first instance of a Machine Learning and Data Sculpture that uses Nvidia’s AI SuperComputer.
Refik Anadol, a media director and artist said that their exhibition unsupervised will be shown at MoMA on the 19th of November 2022.
I’m deeply honored and excited to announce our exhibition — Unsupervised opening on the 19th of November at MoMA! It’s a dream of many artists to have the opportunity to imagine, practice and exhibit for such an important institution that supports the creativity of humanity! pic.twitter.com/OR25D7wrYJ
— Refik Anadol (@refikanadol) November 4, 2022
According to Refik Anadol, a lot of artists from different genres will appear in the exhibition. He further said It would be one of the first instances of a Machine Learning and Data Sculpture that uses Nvidia’s AI SuperComputer, DGX, with data from vision, sound, and temperature sensors with specially built software for this dynamic NFT work, infinitely showcasing MoMA’s art collection in real-time.
Machine Hallucinations, a visually stunning multi-channel experience, offers a new kind of sensory autonomy through cybernetic serendipity and a self-identity element of wonder to the audience. This artwork is aesthetically pleasing and advances machine learning research in new directions.
In other words, using a network of deep and mystical connections, the system enables the artist to follow their “unconscious decisions.”We are ecstatic to see how AI research and art are increasingly interacting, and we can’t wait to see what we might accomplish collectively in the future.
He concluded that I am incredibly appreciative of my team, our partners, and the knowledge and insight of our directors, Paola Antonelli and Michelle Kuo, as well as the entire MoMA staff, since this living art piece will mark a significant turning point for the AI arts.