Details about the first display of my artwork in a public space, “A Murder of (artificial) Crows”
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ARC19 ‘Performance’ Art
A conceptual project utilizing dynamic metadata standards in the associated NFT to document the creative process that went into making this artwork from the blank canvas to the finished version.
Creative Marathon Approaching
The end of another long academic year is rapidly(and mercifully) approaching, and with it comes the start of my brief sabbatical from teaching to focus on physical activity and my creative urges. I plan to continue exploring two methods of creation; digital illustrations and one-of-a-kind analog objects. Additionally, I plan to re-assess my digital footprintContinue reading “Creative Marathon Approaching”
“A Murder of (artificial) Crows”
The first finished artwork that combines my photography with elements generated by AI.
AI Reinterpreting History: Robot Studies
Exploring how AI reinterprets history by placing a robot into motion studies by notable 19th-century photographers. How does the machine visualize another machine in history it knows it doesn’t belong in?