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9 Mar, 2023
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A Los Angeles-based Refik Anadol Studio, known for its innovative media materials and public installations, has created digital artworks that evolve in real time.

The technology-driven art and design studio has presented an exhibition 'Unsupervised' at MoMA. The project is a reflection on innovation, technology, and contemporary art.

To explore publicly available data from the MoMA collection, Anadol has created a powerful machine learning model. The model reimagines the history of contemporary art and dreams about what might be and what might happen when it "walks" through its concept of this vast range of works.

The site-specific information from the museum lobby, including changes in lighting, traffic, acoustics, and weather, are used to influence the ever-changing visual and sound effects.

The AI-based abstract images and shapes that result from the machine’s unsupervised learning of modern art are dictated by the Museum’s collection archive, weighted toward the special exhibition of new artworks at MoMA this fall.

Exhibition 'Unsupervised — Machine Hallucinations' takes place at the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) till April 15, 2023.

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