DEEEP LONDON OCT 2021
Deeep is the UK’s first art fair showcasing artificial intelligence as an art form. With 20 curated foundations, artists and galleries presenting their work. Deeep will bring together the work of established artists and emerging talent, presenting works made possible by the use of algorithms, deep learning, code and digital manipulation. It will trace the early origins of the proto movement from the 1950s to the present day, and anticipate its future.
Supported by CogX & Computer Arts Society, Design Museum.
13-17 October 2021
148-150 Curtain Road, LONDON EC2A 3AR
A NEW Ai NFT- ARTFAIR
We are proud to launch a new art fair called "Deeep", specialised in Ai and NFT. Deeep ai artfair will open in London oct 2021.
OBVIOUS IN SPACE!
OBVIOUS BREAKING NEWS!!!
Obvious went to space today!!!
Obvious famous artwork "Edmond de Belamy" is going to space with Jeff Bezos on Tuesday in @JeffBezos @amazon and @obvious_art @blueorigin - Newslines New Shepard rocket!!!!!
We are so proud and happy to work with such great artist and company to launch the most prestigious Ai artwork into space.
Some of the Bellamy’s series by Obvious will be shown @deeep_artfair in London in Oct and available @lebensongallery Paris-London / Contemporary art. Stay tune for the actual rocket launch..
THE HIDDEN PICTURE
From the 10th of June to the end of June @ Lebenson Gallery London
A re-creation of Modigliani’s ‘hidden’ portrait of Beatrice Hastings, created by Oxia Palus using AI techniques.
Anthony Bourached and George Cann, both PhD candidates, are heading the “NeoMasters” project through a company called Oxia Palus. They have ambitious plans to rediscover further hidden paintings on canvases that were reused by artists, who were perhaps too impoverished to buy supplies or dissatisfied with initial compositions. Modigliani’s ‘hidden’ portrait of Beatrice Hastings.
Bourached is a specialist in high-dimensional neuroscience, trying to model human behaviour through AI.
In collaboration with Morf Gallery
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INVEST IN NFT / NEW OBVIOUS NFT
New article in the @Lefigaro this week about new crypto art trend and pioneer artists like the French trio Obvious. @Obvious are getting ahead of all art revolutions. The famous Ai artist collective is launching new NFT's (Non-Fungible Token).
Many records are breaking like at @Christie's last week with more than £6 Million hit for NFT's. Next week a new record will take place in auctions too. Be prepared and buy NFT's now before it's too late, and especially Obvious ones. Bet on true innovative artists already in the market, it's a no brainer!
Special link @lebensongallery to buy Obvious new FFT's
We are proud to present the British artist Jake Elwes, a key artist of the international Artificial Intelligence scene. He's now becoming the iconic artist of the Queer debut Ai Art movement with his ‘Zizi - Queering the Dataset’ aims to tackle the lack of representation and diversity in the training datasets often used by facial recognition systems.
The video was made by disrupting these systems1 and re-training them with the addition of drag and gender fluid faces found online. This causes the weights inside the neural network to shift away from the normative identities it was originally trained on and into a space of queerness.
Jake is an artist living and working in London. His recent works have looked at machine learning and artificial intelligence research, exploring the code, philosophy and ethics behind it. In his art Jake engages with both the history and tropes of fine art and the possibilities and consequences of digital technology. He graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL), London in 2017.
Hannah Pratt touches the stars
Now representing Hannah Pratt
Hannah Pratt's Practice is based upon combining astronomical research with both the visual and performance arts by finding new ways to link the two through collaborations and partnerships with artists and scientists. I work with creative practitioners such as singers, musicians, and visual artists to create a library of creative responses to contemporary astrophysical research. Hannah is taking part of our team of artists working with AI or codes. She brings a unique sensory, physical and poetic way of dealing with datas.
That's where art begins and data disappear.
"I focus on the process of scientific discovery from a historical context by looking behind the data and researching those responsible for life-changing findings.Such areas of interest include what the stars are made of, the sounds of cosmos and the women responsible for re shaping the scientific world as we know it"
Showing now in our gallery in London!
Artist sculptor from Berlin, Franz Schmidt essentialise, in its minimalist form, day to day objects producing an uber presence as much as a poetic effect.
By changing the scale of the objects, the meticulous production of the artist create a new radical dimension of reality. Objects becomes almost part of new mythology sometimes posing as antics.
Hors les Murs - Visual System à la Gaité Lyrique
Après le Palais de Tokyo et le Centre Pompidou, le collectif Visual System présente une nouvelle installation à la Gaité Lyrique (Paris, 3e). Une rencontre est prévue pour les scolaires le 11 décembre 2020 dans le cadre du cycle "Super-Vision".
Le collectif, basé à Paris et composé de plusieurs artistes pluridisciplinaires, crée des environnements immersifs qui explorent la relation entre espace et temps, nature et science, rêve éveillé et réalité.
Obvious chez Nike!
🇫🇷 Super collaboration de Obvious avec Nike By You workshop sortira ce mois-ci ! Ils ont été sélectionnés pour réaliser une paire de Nike à leurs couleurs, sur le thème de Paris du futur. Bien évidemment, ils ont donc fait intervenir les algorithmes pour créer cette paire qui sera disponible sur le site de Nike pour une durée limitée. Plus d'informations dans les prochains jours !
🇬🇧 Great collaboration of Obvious with the Nike by You Workshop will be released this month ! They have been selected to create a pair of Nike sneakers which represents Obvious' interpretation of the futur of Paris. As you could expect, they have worked with algorithms in order to create this pair which will be made available for a limited time on the Nike website. We will give you more information in the coming days, stay tuned !