INTERMEZZO | Stefano Testa – Abgrund on Link Cabinet

Nov 22, 2017
The Link Art Center is proud to present Abgrund, a project by Stefano Testa for INTERMEZZO, the new irregular exhibition format on Link Cabinet. The exhibition will be online at Link Cabinet from November 22 to December 17, 2017.   Abgrundis a video piece by Stefano Testa that stems from the observation of an artificial intelligence learning to emulate the tone of a human voice, and then appropriating it. The artist fed a machine learning system – a branch of AI that, based on the use of neural networks, gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed – with a number of visual, sound and voiced elements, that the artist then animated digitally. (more…)

Sebastian Schmieg – Decisive Camera at Link Cabinet

Sep 27, 2017
The Link Art Center is proud to present Decisive Camera, a work by Sebastian Schmieg. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from September 27 to October 29, 2017.   Decisive Camera is a new chapter in a series of works by Sebastian Schmieg raising questions about photography and machine learning technology. Machine Learning can be defined as a subfield of computer science and artificial intelligence, that studies the possibility to give machines the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. It makes use of algorithms that, based on a set of data, can learn to make predictions, to classify and to make decisions. (more…)

INTERMEZZO | Davide Prati – Before the Flowers at Link Cabinet

Aug 9, 2017
The Link Art Center is proud to present INTERMEZZO, a new irregular exhibition format on Link Cabinet. Its activities will arbitrarily and randomly intertwine with the usual exhibition program. The inaugural show presents Before the Flowers by Davide Prati that will be online at Link Cabinet from August 9 to September 10, 2017.   Before the Flowers is a 3D animation created with three.js. The work is inspired by a research about Fukushima nuclear disaster effects on vegetation. Althought the radiations generated sensible mutations, the elements and geometric forms that make a flower recognizable are still visible. (more…)

HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw by Gretchen Andrew at Link Cabinet- Documentation

Aug 6, 2017
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From June 5 to August 6, 2017 Link Cabinet presented HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw, a work by Gretchen Andrew. HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw is an online performance developed continuously during the exhibition. Each day artist Gretchen Andrew watched one of YouTube 4 million videos titled "How to draw...". Following the instructions the artist drawed using a digital drawing pad, she recorded the process and presented it in an endless loop. The drawings have been arranged on Link Cabinet to interact with each other, shaping a composition that enhanced on a daily basis. (more…)
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