Photos: Aiiiii, Kai, XuBo
How do we engage with the rich diversity of the natural world in virtual, digital space?
This project is part of an ongoing exploration of artificial life using deep learning to generate insects as well as their names and anatomical descriptions. The intention is to celebrate the natural diversity of insectile life, not through the precise, sterile digital reproduction of it, but in the form of new specimens that are digital natives.
2021 Aiiiii: The Book of Sand (CN) (link)
2021 Sonar: Cryptoroots (ES) (link)
2021 Schau Gallery (DE) (link)
2021 Intertwined Intelligences (IN) (link)
2020 Digital Art Month New York (US) (link)
2020 NVIDIA GTC ‘AI Art Gallery’ (US) (link)
2020 AREBYTE Gallery (UK) (link)
2020 Eufònic Arts Santa Mònica (ES)
Selected specimens from the 3.0 generation, as observed in the virtual (natural) space.
Online exhibition of 3.0 generation of artificial Remnants featuring AI generated insects, names, anatomical descriptions and sounds, visit online at www.artificialremnants.com.
Online exhibition of AI-generated insect specimens from the 2.0 generation of artificial Remnants with AI generated 3D insects and generated names & descriptions for Nvidia's GTC 'AI Art Gallery' 2020: Click here to visit the experience.
Special thanks to cables.gl.
Version 2.0, first exhibited as part of Arebyte's online, browser-plugin exhibition 'Real-Time Constraints', and later also in the form of AR filters (linked below).
Version 1.0 of 'Artificial Remnants' began as a physical exhibition of the very first AI-generated insect specimens, these primitive creatures were first exhibited as 3D printed sculptures at Eufònic, Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona (Spain).