EYE RISE: Urbanscapes Between Human & Machine

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EYE RISE: Urbanscapes Between Human & Machine2022-03-16T12:07:19+00:00

Asst Prof Immanuel Koh’s AI & Architecture work now on display at The Arts House’s “EYE RISE: Urbanscapes Between Human and Machine” exhibition.

Immanuel Koh, ‘2050 epochs’ (Latent Space Interpolation), 3D-GAN-Housing, Neural Sampling series, Singapore, 2021.

This first-of-its-kind two-week long exhibition titled “EYE RISE: Urbanscapes Between Human and Machine” at the Old Parliament House will feature Asst Prof Immanuel’s three-dimensional works generated with deep neural networks alongside the critically-acclaimed plein-air watercolours on paper by Singapore’s Cultural Medallion artist Ong Kim Seng.

Link: https://www.theartshouse.sg/whats-on-details/eye-rise-urbanscapes-between-human-and-machine
Exhibition: 04-20 March 2022 (10am-6pm daily)
Watch Teaser Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/Cajp3kmsM83/

AI-generated 3D architectural works by Immanuel Koh (Left) with plein-air watercolours on paper by Singapore’s Cultural Medallion artist Ong Kim Seng (Right).

Join Cultural Medallion artist, Ong Kim Seng and ASD & DAI assistant professor Immanuel Koh, as they discuss the contrasts between creativity in humans and machines, from the perspectives of a master watercolorist and one of the key figures in the emerging field of Artificial Intelligence and Architecture.

Registration Link: https://peatix.com/event/3181729/view
Artist Talk: 20 March 2022 (3-4pm)

Limited seats are on a first-come-first-served basis. Register your interest early to avoid disappointment.