Tag: art

  • Who wrote what? It matters not.

    Who wrote what? It matters not.

    The 17th century playwright Molière is as important to French literature as William Shakespeare is to the English canon. But for the past 100 years, a question has swirled around him: Did Molière really write his plays? Or was Pierre Corneille, another famous French playwright of the time, the true author? A new study uses […]

  • Attributing art. Understanding art. Making art?!

    Attributing art. Understanding art. Making art?!

    AI used to analyze and attribute art. (1) Computers analyzing art. Categorizing it. Attributing it. Computers understanding art. Computers destroying art. Only because they understood it. While it is not meant to be understood. But can’t you see? This means that they didn’t understand it after all! Weird cosmos. Full of people. Full of computers. […]

  • Death miniature 2: The school bus

    Death miniature 2: The school bus

    [Death miniatures series stories] Death miniatures are fictional ultra-small stories related to death. The goal is to draw out emotions and make the reader think more about death, which is the only thing that we keep on avoiding, even though it is defining our life and behavior from the moment we are born till the […]

  • Death miniature: The toy…

    Death miniature: The toy…

    [Death miniatures series stories] Death miniatures are fictional ultra-small stories related to death. The goal is to draw out emotions and make the reader think more about death, which is the only thing that we keep on avoiding, even though it is defining our life and behavior from the moment we are born till the […]

  • Creative AI… Dull humans…

    Creative AI… Dull humans…

    In October 2018, a portrait of Edmond Belamy sold at Christie’s in New York for $432,500, nearly 45 times its maximum estimated price. Nothing that out of the ordinary, perhaps. Except Belamy didn’t exist. He was the fictitious product of the artist’smind – and the mind that created him wasn’t even human. Signed in the […]