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Refik Anadol’s AI data sculpture MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS: NATURE DREAMS! achieves $1.2+ million on OpenSea.

Machine Hallucinations: Natural Dreams!Unique AI data engraving by @refikanadol upon @ High seas Achieved the price of 300.6942 ETH! $ 1,210,841.42

I’m still amazed at Refik’s excellent auction results of 1.18 mils. The USD proves the great potential of digital art in the market.

Johann König

Refik Anadol.Machine Hallucinations – Nature Dreams AI Data Sculpture 2021 1/1

MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS: Collector who purchased NATURE DREAMS! We also obtained a computer with a 3D physical certificate signed by artist Refik Anadol, a source backup file of the installation, and special software.

A dream of nature! Refik Anadol Studio utilizes more than 300 million published natural photographs collected between 2018 and 2021. Combined, this represents the largest raw dataset of nature ever collected for artwork and was used to train the GANAI algorithm. The resulting AI data painting incorporates nature-related pigments, shapes and patterns, but only in the mind of the machine as a dream. Each variation features a stunning visual interpretation that together forms a multifaceted reflection of the subtle relationships between technology, humanity and culture. With the support of the Google AI Quantum team, Anador has been granted access to one of the world’s leading quantum computing research projects.This allows Anadol to integrate AI-induced latent space with quantum hyperspace, the aesthetics of nature.

MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS is an ongoing study of data aesthetics based on the collective visual memory of spatial, natural and urban environments. Since the start of the project at Google AMI Residency in 2016, Anador has been using machine intelligence as a collaborator on human consciousness. Specifically, DCGAN, PGAN, and StyleGAN algorithms trained on these vast datasets reveal unrecognized layers of external reality. Anadol and his team collect data from digital archives and publicly available resources and use machine learning classification models to process millions of photo memories. The sorted image datasets are then clustered into thematic categories to better understand the semantic context of the data universe. This expanding data universe not only represents the interpolation of data as a composition, but also the potential universe where hallucination potential is the main channel of artistic creativity. As a thoroughly curated multi-channel experience, MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS offers a new form of sensational autonomy through cybernetic serendipity.

About the artist

Refik Anadol (born 1985, Istanbul, Turkey) is a media artist, director and pioneer in the aesthetics of machine intelligence. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California and owns and operates Refik Anadol Studio and RASLAB. The studio’s research focuses on discovering and developing pioneering approaches to data narrative and artificial intelligence. Anador is also a lecturer at UCLA’s Faculty of Design Media Arts and holds a second Master of Arts degree from it.

Anadol’s series of work deals with the challenges and possibilities that ubiquitous computing poses to humankind, and what it means to be human in the age of AI. He explores how the perceptions and experiences of time and space are fundamentally changing now that machines dominate our daily lives. Anador is intrigued by how the digital age and machine intelligence enable new aesthetic techniques to create rich immersive environments that provide dynamic perception of space.

By proposing the potential of “post-digital architecture,” Anador invites the audience to imagine alternative realities by redefining the functionality of both internal and external architectural elements. He works on this by transforming the logic of new media technology into art and design, going beyond the integration of media into the constructed form. In particular, his work explores the space between digital and physical entities by using machines to create a hybrid relationship between architecture and media art. Intelligence.

Located at the crossroads of art, science and technology, Anador’s site-specific 3D data sculptures and paintings, live audio / visual performances and immersive installations take a variety of virtual and physical forms. The entire building is revived, floors, walls and ceilings disappear endlessly, breathtaking aesthetics are shaped from vast amounts of data, revealing what was once invisible to the human eye, to the audience. A world that offers new perspectives and stories.

Data is the main thread that runs throughout the breakthrough visualization of the invisible world of Anador. QuantumMemories visualizes the alternative reality of nature with 200 million photographs of the Earth and its landscapes, oceans and atmosphere. Approximately 70 terabytes of multimodal MRI including structural, diffusion (DTI), and functional (fMRI) scans of people from birth to non-elderly for spatial sensation at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia – Designed humans using data Brain-inspired artwork. Our space archive photo data from NASA / JPL was the driving force behind Machine Memoirs: Space, the most visited exhibition to date in Istanbul. For Machine Hallucination, we used 113 million public images of New York City to imagine the near future of a famous city. In the case of WDCH Dreams, 100 years of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Digital Archive was used to inspire the visuals projected onto Frank Gehry’s iconic building. For Oakland’s sense of place, real-time environmental data such as wind, temperature, and humidity, as well as invisible communication signals from Bluetooth, Wifi, and LTE inform your work. For the potential of Berlin, the visitors themselves provided real-time data on the artificial thinking process. Real-time airport statistics such as Charlotte Airport’s interconnected arrival / departure, baggage handling systems, and ground shuttle transport turn into a constantly changing suite of abstract shapes, colors, and simulated textures.

Refik Anadol’s global projects have won numerous awards, including the Lorenzo il Magnifico Lifetime Achievement Award for New Media Art, Microsoft Research’s Best Vision Award, Lumen Prize Award, iF Gold Award, D & AD Pencil Award, German Design Award, and UCLA. increase. Art + Architecture Moss Award, Columbia University’s groundbreaking storytelling award, University of California Institute of Arts Award, SEGD Global Design Award, Google Artist and Machine Intelligence Artist Residency Award.

Anador’s site-specific audio / visual performances are iconic landmarks around the world, including the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – Raviennale Lady Venezia, National Gallery of Victoria, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Hammer Museum, and Don Demun Design Plaza. , Museums, and festivals. , Artechouse, The Center Pompidou, The Portland Building, Daejeon Museum of Art, Florence Biennale, Art Basel, OFFF Festival, International Digital Arts Biennial Montreal, Ars Electronica Festival, l’Usine | Geneva, Triumphal Arch, Zollverein | SANAA’s School of Design Building , Santralistanbul Contemporary Art Center, Outdoor Vision Festival, Istanbul Design Biennial, Sydney City Art, Lichtrouten, etc.

Refik Anadol Studio is made up of designers, architects, data scientists, and researchers with diverse professional and personal backgrounds, incorporating the principles of inclusion and impartiality at every stage of production. The studio members come from 10 countries and are fluent in 14 languages. The studio’s internship program also demonstrates a strong commitment to guide young people from a variety of personal experiences, values ​​and worldviews.

Anadol, a pioneer in his field and the first to use artificial intelligence in public immersive artwork, was Microsoft, Google, Nvidia, Intel, IBM, Panasonic, JPL / NASA, Siemens, Epson, MIT, Harvard, UCLA. We are affiliated with the team of. , Stanford University, and UCSF apply the latest cutting-edge science, research, and technology to his series of tasks.



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