One artist who has embraced the concept of AI is Antisistema, whose work is a synthesis of computer graphics, video art, and illustration. Antisistema’s work is often abstract
However, as AI advances, there is also the potential for it to become a force of anti-systems. In essence, anti-systems are systems that are deliberately designed to challenge established structures and disrupt equilibrium. This could be what curving time-space is.
This could also be used to disrupt the popular notion of collective intelligence with which we often associate Artificial Intelligence. An AI-controlled entity might pull the rug out from under us and reinforce the notion that AI’s power can be used to sow
Experimenting with conscious interfaces.
Just as the two can be potentially used against each other, they can also be used to create something truly revolutionary. Art and Artificial Intelligence can be used in tandem to create new forms of expression and media, liberating artists to explore their medium in ways that were never before thought possible.
The potential is limitless; from creating new tools that enable artists to access the vast universes of data available today, to creating works of art that are generated algorithmically by AI, and beyond.
It’s this combination of intelligence, creativity, and insight that can lead to some truly groundbreaking work. A prime example of this is Antisistema, an interactive art installation and exhibition that
The exhibition, which showcased its work in Los Angeles, showcased works of art that incorporated AI into their design. In particular, they featured sculptures that could be controlled using custom AI, like Janus (the robot) and Zozo (the 3D printed figure).
The project was born from a collaboration between artists, technologists, and designers from around the world. They sought to create a platform to showcase AI in action and the works of
The main goal of the project was to create a platform for a new type of artistic expression, which we call “Artificial Intelligence, Antisistema & Madness”.
In this project, technology is used to create a dynamic and unpredictable interactive environment. As its centerpiece, Janus and Zozo are the embodiment of AI-driven autonomous agents to build an open-source platform for art.
This platform provides an open source space for experimentation