Panel Conversation: Artistic Process and Generative Art

0 Moderated by artnome, this panel explores the artistic process behind generative and AI art with three leading artists, Helena Sarin, David Young, and Alexander Reben. The goal is to help collectors and potential collectors to develop a more nuanced understanding of how decisions around tools and process…

SuperRare Generative and AI Art Week

0 SuperRare Generative & AI Art Week (Sep 7-10th) introduces you the best generative & AI artists on our platform. The event features more than 30 articles, interviews, studio visits, panels and multimedia projects from 20 generative & AI digital/crypto artists from SuperRare. We aim to provide you…

GENERATIVE ART CONVERSATION WITH A GENERATIVE TEXT SYSTEM

0 By Bard Ionson Artist and Technologist – fascinated with the space between the physical sensory, electronic and spiritual worlds and the distortions that happen upon passing between them. This is captured in glitch scanography, oscilloscope (sound and animation) art, electronic sculpture, glitch video and AI art. The…

KVG Interview with Dark Fractures

0 Kate Vass Galerie is glad of having the chance to learn more who and what stands behind ‘Dark Fractures’, a Berlin-based studio ‘meditating on ecology and generative arts’. In our short interview today with the founder and creative mind – Feileacan McCormick.  KVG: Many collectors are curious to…

An Interview with Josh Katzenmeyer: the Artist that Walks in an Abstract Landscape

0 By k0ch Josh Katzenmeyer (luxpris) is a creative coder and a cryptoartist. He defines himself as “a creative technologist who assembles abstracted landscapes and collages with code”. I had the opportunity to talk with him about his amazing creation process, the art that inspires him and the…

Generative Art Tools

0 By Yura Miron Yura Miron is a visionary artist exploring the inner and outer universes using the new media art tech, such as: VR, GAN, generative art and blockchain. Inspired by his visionary psychedelic experiences, lucid dreaming and by being constantly aware of his own presence. Working…

The Creation of an Artificial Artist

Kitty Simpson and I, Pindar Van Arman, are artists teaching our creative processes to a machine. The machine is artonomous, an artificially creative painting robot. Kitty is teaching it how to take photographic portraits and I am teaching it how to paint them. The goal of our project…

An Introduction to Artist Helena Sarin from Artnome

We are excited to welcome the artist Helena Sarin, known as @Glagolista on SuperRare, to our platform.…

The Best Wrongs: Deconstructing the M87 Blackhole

0 By Matt Kane Painting as Database When I make a painting with my custom software, the painting is preserved as a database. It is like sheet music, written to be reinterpreted. The resulting JPG is merely the first visualization of this database; the first proof of work.…

An Intercontinental Conversation between @falco, @harshitrnnh, and @pindar

0 Pedro Falco As human beings, our main production is data. As a visual artist, I do generative art. My work seeks to reinterpret data and use it as raw material. Through programming I write images that reflects the trail we left. Harshit Agrawal Harshit is an artificial…