Small Frame, Infinite Canvas reveals a new perspective on AI through creative coding, glitch and personal memories. A customised AI is trained on the artist’s entire lifetime of photos and modified to reveal the surreal realms of glitch and suggestive fractal forms that are normally kept invisible beyond the borders of the frame.
Through expansive physical prints and an interactive installation, award-winning digital artist and coder Tim Murray-Browne shares the outcome of three years of research into creative AI: a process that rejects appropriation and the pursuit of ideal imitation, and instead offers something more personal, weird and – in its own way – humane.
Small Frame, Infinite Canvas was created with support from Creative Scotland awarding funds from the National Lottery, Wasps Studios and Preverbal Studio.
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