Are we about to enter one of these moments where human art will have to bounce on a revolutionary technique (AI) and create a new artistic language, very distinguishable from what machines can do?
Scénario A: mouvement arts and crafts saison 2 épisode 1
Scénario B: on va finir par mettre tout ça avec les drop shadow, les filtres van gogh et bryce3d
Scénario C: apu de sous pour l'énergie, les designers et artistes ont un budget journalier de 5W pour s'amuser sur leurs ordis, le reste est réglementé, donc bon..
Scénario D: on s'en fout c'est WWIII :(
@raphael i like how David OReilly have been posting some simple figurative hand drawn sketches of landscapes, i took it as some kind of response to the dall-e storm and i think it's nice :) also i participated on a residency by @anaisb and everytime i have a discussion on gpt3 or any AI that can be used to create kind of paradigms my will to make something ultra simple like with my hands increases. makes me want to make something outside of the screen as digital art, or just collect a few poem by some friends as some super tiny db/dataset idk. so i guess my answer has been to emphasize more on the locality, specificity, and intimacy of what i do, but i also do think lots of people have been doing that for centuries and it seems a nice time to learn from that.
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