Browsing Copy uses machine learning as a performative rebuilding of art space from spatial textures. Through a mix of digital and kinetic installation, the work generatively produces itself as a “browsing copy” of a speculative archive curated by the materiality of the existing spaces around us.
GAN-produced images, video
<aside> 👀 This work was made for a group exhibition titled Third ____ as part of the Goldsmiths BSc Digital Arts Computing Degree Show 2021. View the exhibition website here.