In first explorations into machine learning, I set out to create a sorting machine that would use AI to identify different objects and sort them. As this project moves on I wish to move into more abstract territory, building datasets from different disparate “feelings” and trying to use these to sort more sentimental pieces ofContinue reading “Machine Learning – sorting the abstract (work in progress)”
This series explore the interplay between product and art, specifically the way in which passive commercial aesthetics such as subway posters, sketchers advertisements, or candy wrappers contribute to the feedback loop of contemporary art. The intention is to match these passive loud tones in abstract tones which can be digested in the same way.
This video was created during lockdown, and reflects the exploration of our inner fantasies as well as fetishizing the interaction now missed from the subway.
This video was created in the midst of lockdown, aimed to explore the repetition of memory and conversation when in a confined space.
I wanted everything to seem as feminine and light as possible. A lot of my interest in the subject of a burger came from the Carol J. Adams Book “Burger”, which dissected the symbolism of the burger in American culture through a feminist lens. One o the core themes of the reading is how theContinue reading “GLIMBO GLAMBO 5000”
COMP HANDS / ART RAFFLE To Buy Raffle Ticket Venmo 20$ to @Dunkfig . . . “Hands Never Die. They Just Rest.” – Anonymous I’m coming to you with some exciting News. I am currently holding a Geo-Spatial art raffle, which alsoContinue reading
On the surface this movie explores a dialogue between two brothers who are stuck in a way-station during a blizzard. On a deeper level it speaks to the pervasive feedback loops of sensation that we use as a distraction when placed in isolation. Inspired by the “groundhogs day”- esque shit storm of having experienced theContinue reading “Pontiac – Winter of 2009”
Scanline Animations 3, Mixed Media, 2019 The process starts with a brutally primitive animation technique where I scan something a gazillion times. Because I have a roll through scanner I can push and pull on the paintings in a very specific way, and that’s what I try to replicate 100s of times in one ofContinue reading