Can a creative act also be a critical act, especially when liberating a technology like A.I. from its pervasive political or economic operations?
Rather than focusing on efficiency and performance, can we search for the poetic, the abstract, and the absurd nature of these systems? And in doing so, can we imagine and realize creative future relationships with the machines?
This absence and the hollowness of the gutted building were echoed by the logic of the 3D renders—glitchy surfaces with only an implication of presence or solid structures beneath.
About Tivon Rice's Environment Built for Absence
There is just too much information, it is too easy to spread it everywhere, and everyone gets to pick and choose which small fragment of it they want to relate to. Our powers of analysis are not getting better, and we aren’t adept at sorting good data from bad. - Jonas Bendiksen