“Eternal Return” by Sofia Crespo and Feileacan McCormick

Sofia Crespo and Feileacan McCormick’s project “Eternal Return” demonstrates the potential of artificial intelligence to re-imagine natural history and biodiversity. Utilising neural networks to generate new life forms, the project is a fascinating exploration of the intersection between nature, art and technology, offering speculations on biodiversity through the lens of AI.

– For more on their collaboration and work, visit [Neural Zoo](https://neuralzoo.com).


“The Zizi Show” by Jake Elwes

Jake Elwes’ “The Zizi Show” (2022) is an innovative AI-driven project that utilises deep forgery technology to create a virtual cabaret show featuring drag performers. The project questioned and challenged concepts of identity, performance and authenticity of digital characters, and got audiences thinking about the impact of AI on the future of performing arts.

– For more information about “The Zizi Show,” visit [Jake Elwes’ official website](http://www.jakeelwes.com/project-the-zizi-show.html).


“Libby Heaney’s” Artificial Intelligence Hybrids

Libby Heaney’s “AI Amalgamations” series (2023) explores the fluid boundary between human and machine perception. Using quantum computing and artificial intelligence, Heaney’s work delves into the possibilities of creating art that transcends human bias and traditional aesthetics, offering new ways to visualise the complex interplay of data and human emotion.

– Learn more about Heaney’s work at [Libby Heaney’s official website](https://www.libbyheaney.co.uk).


“Dialogue with Artificial Intelligence” by Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen’s “Conversations with Artificial Intelligence” (2023) is a thought-provoking series that investigates narratives constructed by artificial intelligence technology. By working with AI, Paglen’s work raises important questions about the role AI plays in shaping our understanding of the world. It highlights the potential biases and ethical considerations inherent in machine learning algorithms.

– For more information on Paglen’s explorations, visit [Trevor Paglen’s official website](https://www.paglen.com).


Refik Anadol’s “Data Morphing” work

Refik Anadol continues to explore data’s aesthetic and experiential possibilities through his project Data Morphosis (2023). The work visualises massive datasets through immersive installations that transform abstract data into captivating visual landscapes, provoking reflection on the relationship between information, perception and beauty.

– An overview of Anadol’s projects can be found at [Refik Anadol Studio](https://refikanadol.com).


These are just a few of the exciting developments in the field of digital art and artificial intelligence. As technology evolves, artists continue to explore its potential to express complex ideas, engage with social issues, and create immersive experiences. By utilising artificial intelligence, machine learning and digital platforms, these artists are at the forefront of defining the future of art in the digital age.


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