Hand drawn, painted with my Bodies neural network. On show at my exhibition “Artist+AI: Figures and Form” at Somerset House from June 19-23rd
EXHIBITION OF WORK
19-23 June, 2019
Somerset House, New Wing, room G16
My new exhibition showcasing work created in ‘collaboration’ with AI is running from the 19-23rd of June at Somerset House in London. It is a free, but ticketed event, so you will need to book in advance. Please get your tickets HERE.
“This exhibition showcases the recent work of artist Scott Eaton combining the latest in generative artificial intelligence (AI) with the centuries old practices of drawing and sculpture. The show’s featured works are the result of the dynamic interaction between Scott’s traditionally-trained hand and the AI tools he has ‘taught’ to work as his assistants. In this show, Eaton, an interdisciplinary artist with backgrounds in sculpture, anatomy and design, underscores the impact AI is set to have on the art-making process.”
Behind the scenes – prepping a piece for my “Artist+AI: Figures & Form” show opening next week at Somerset House. Won’t reveal too much, but suffice it to say, this will be a LARGE composition (my drawing hand aches).
Show is free (but you must register a ticket here) and runs from 19-23rd of June, so squeeze in a visit to Somerset House if you are near London.
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Drawing, painted using my Bodies neural network.