Clear-cut as the words “an AI assisted heist novel” – imagine I am Pierre Menard but Cervantes plagiarised the Quixote from the bible.
Which I discussed with Anna Verney and Richard Cooke in The Monthly.
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“Real Difference”: A ridiculous series of supposedly non-fungible tokens which purport to offer the purchaser durable and definite access to the binary of gender. Included in the open group show The General Public at 99% Gallery.
Bunjil Place: THE MOTHER OF ALL DATA a series of video works included in Bunjil Place outdoor screenings.
PHRASER: Main Dream, as part of PHOTO2022. In which the PHRASER entity will be installed and set to run autonomously within FUTURES gallery.
The Portrait “an investigation into the emerging and fluid possibilities of portrait photography and its impact upon image-making today. Ten artists have been invited to produce ‘a portrait’ for the exhibition.” at Blindside
Non-fungible-tokens: a performance in which I issued an individually numbered slip of paper in return for your most personal story.
PHRASER: Test Dream…. a series of video works made with twenty musicians and AI image generation before it was trendy! See the videos here.
PHRASER is an AI entity that speaks and dreams for all of us. PHRASER and I just launched an NFT collection in collaboration with twenty musicians. Find them at Futures Gallery and HERE.
An essay, The doctor’s disease: For Overland Literary Journal, a long read in which I write about The Doctor’s Way, the backpain-industrial complex, and the Joshua Jacksonaissance.
Throughout 2021 I will be running a series of workshops for Free Association called Intrusive Thoughts in which we will psychoanalyse the algorithm and give birth to a new human-algorithm hybrid.
A little paragraph of prose for “Paragraph” a monthly newsletter of Australian writing.
An essay, Ignorance is bliss: For Overland Literary Journal, rigorous and scientific look at psychiatry, big pharma corruption, and naughty superheroes.
A poem, co-written with Amrita Hepi and NEIGHBOUR–the AI we trained–in ie.—for the people we will be eds. daniel ward & IchikawaEdward.
You c̶a̶n̶ *used to be able to* chat to the freaky little AI NEIGHBOUR, that I made in collaboration with dancer and choreographer Amrita Hepi, at ACCA Open August 19 – November 1 2021.
Reviewed at ABC Arts. Reviewed at Art Guide Australia. ACCA Artist Talk here. Goethe Institut profile here