ECHOES OF THE EARTH: LIVING ARCHIVE

16feb(feb 16)09:0007apr(apr 7)09:00ECHOES OF THE EARTH: LIVING ARCHIVE

Event Details

Serpentine is thrilled to present Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive, an exhibition of new and recent works by internationally renowned artist, technologist, and pioneer in the aesthetics of artificial intelligence arts, Refik Anadol. The exhibition will be on view at Serpentine North from 16th February to 7th April 2024.

Known for his digital works and large-scale public installations that present real-time generative environments, Anadol’s collaborative creative process with AI plays on human perception. Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive will present years-long experimentation with visual data of coral reefs and rainforests.

The exhibition will feature Artificial Realities: Coral (2023), an artwork that consists of several chapters culminating in an immersive experience based on the Stable Diffusion model, one of the most advanced technologies of artificial intelligence in image production.

For this artwork, Refik Anadol Studio trained a unique AI model with approximately 5 billion images of corals openly accessible online. Generating abstracted coral images, the AI constructs new visuals and colour combinations based on the dataset. As a multi-channel sound and video experience, Artificial Realities: Coral invites the audience to be immersed in a virtual underwater space.

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Time

February 16 (Friday) 09:00 - April 7 (Sunday) 09:00

Location

London W2 3XA, United Kingdom

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