Machines vs. human art
Neue Technologien in der Kunst
The exhibition “MACHINES VS. HUMAN ART” provides an insight into one of the currently controversial topics in the art world – artificial intelligence art (AI Art). Paintings are created at the push of a button. Neural networks, which 6 months ago were laughed at by the art world, are now producing results that are intimidating.
One of the most impressive developments are systems that can be fed a description from which an image is generated. The AI has to analyse the input text and try to understand it not only literally but also its context. The input thus disassembled must then be visually reassembled.
In this exhibition, we let different voices come to the picture. An exhibition staged as a battle between man and machine.
The battle will be entered as HUMAN ARTISTS:
Alex Gürten https://twitter.com/contralexGuert
Benjamin Nowak https://www.artstation.com/bnowak
Chris Sanchez http://chrissanchezart.com/
Chris Smallfield https://www.facebook.com/blckboxart/
Daniel Alekow https://www.artstation.com/memod
Daniel Oxford https://www.artstation.com/danoxford
Dziga Kaiser https://www.artstation.com/dziga
Jimmy Duda https://www.artstation.com/jimmy_duda
Philipp Scherer https://www.philipp-scherer.com/
Max Riess https://www.artstation.com/maxriess
Proxima centauri b https://www.instagram.com/proximacentaurib/
Quick-Eyed Sky https://quick_eyed_sky.artstation.com/
Tobias Mannewitz https://karakter.de/
Pookas (Michael Müller) https://pookas.de/
Jerome Herr http://jeromeherr.space