Art Trends

Victor Wong’s Far Side of the Moon Showcases Chinese Ink Art by Artificial Intelligence

Victor Wong’s London exhibition Far Side of the Moon showcases the possibilities of combining technology and art, using his A.I creation Gemini. Gemini, an artificial intelligence ink artist, takes its name from the astrological sign represented by twins, a reference to the twin aspects of its A.I. mind and robotic body. Gemini took three years to build and programme. It plots 3D virtual terrain, while its arm dips its brush into ink and water, sweeping...
LAPADA Conference Tackles Market Challenges for Art and Antiques Trade

Art TrendsLAPADA Conference Tackles Market Challenges for Art and Antiques Trade

LAPADA, the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, held its annual conference at the House of Lords on February 26th, with Brexit featuring heavily on the agenda. Over 100 delegates attended the conference to see LAPADA Chairman, Lord de Mauley, and LAPADA CEO, Freya Simms co-hosting a packed programme exploring a range of topical issues, from the growing possibilities offered by digital marketing, to succession planning, and the requirements of the new anti-money laundering regulations....
Humanoid Robot Artist Ai-Da Can Make Pencil Drawings From Life

Art TrendsHumanoid Robot Artist Ai-Da Can Make Pencil Drawings From Life

A humanoid artificially intelligent robot named Ai-Da is claimed to be the first robot capable of drawing people from life using her eye, and a pencil in her bionic hand. The designers say that using AI processes and algorithms, Ai-Da’s ability as a life-like robot to draw and paint from sight has never been achieved before, and will make Ai-Da an artist in her own right. Ai-Da is the brainchild of art impresario and gallerist Aidan Meller,...
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