The augmented reality exhibitions themselves Advanced experience Anyone can see the works virtually next to the Latvian National Museum of Art from Esplanade Park. At 20 there will be a tour led by curator Wright Schmidt.
The exhibition merges the boundaries between the real and the virtual and guides the viewer through a cultural and historical context. It aims to challenge our sensory perception by expanding the boundaries of the human sensory world or “sensory world” and revealing its connection to the world around them.
In the exhibition Advanced experience can see the augmented reality artworks by four Latvian artists.
Research into historical materials and testimonies, Zane Zelmene’s augmented reality work omniscience Esplanade Park’s landscapes are being reconstructed at different times, from prehistory and the Middle Ages, when Mount Cube was located, to the 360-degree spheres of the last century. Man has five senses with which he can feel the world. In metaphysics, on the other hand, a person is also assigned a sixth sense, with which he can perceive time and space from a completely different perspective. Today this ability is being rediscovered through science and technology. The smartphone has become the human sixth sense, which helps to access the collective consciousness of humanity – to look into the past, present and other virtual realities.
Sabine Schne at work Floor mate explores the relationship between art, mythology and science. The soil comprises our planet and is a vital element for the maintenance of life processes. There is an opinion that the earth is an inwardly united and thinking system, which consists of millions of subsystems and can be described as living. This is Guy’s theory, named after the Greek goddess of the earth. The soil is part of the earth, part of Gaia. Inspired by Stone Age figures of Venus, the artist created a three-dimensional sculpture that is a version of Guy. It is covered with different types of soil, which are recorded on the esplanade, the location of a work of art.
In the work of Jurģis Peteris Familiar but different The process of artificial intelligence (MI) training is established in the various stages of the author’s portrait, during which a synthetic image is created from scratch, inextricably linked to the author’s original photos. By analogy with the process of human experience, it is believed that on a global scale, MI algorithms are more conscious and able to perform a particular task and understand the environment around them. At a time when these invisible but all-encompassing technologies are responsible for increasingly critical tasks – from credit checks to military drone management – the question inevitably arises as to when we can speak of a unified global artificial intelligence. or superintellect?
Rihards Vītols The forest is a work of art with a speculative look at the possible tree species of the future that would cover the earth to maintain their natural balance. His artwork touches on his growing interest in the interaction between artificial intelligence and nature. By combining databases from different tree species, a collection of new tree species was created with the help of artificial intelligence. This new collection is an alternative, unimaginable, abstract and absurd simulation of the nature of the future. Some trees of this new species can be seen in the exhibition.
The works in the exhibition can be seen until November 30, 2022.
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