Mar 30 2018, 3:42pm
Barrat, a recent high school graduate in West Virginia, made the images by feeding thousands of classical nude paintings scraped from WikiArt into a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN). The GAN uses a system of two neural networks called a “generator” and a “discriminator” to create convincing versions of the works using data from the paintings and machine learning.
When he previously tested this technique with landscape oil paintings, Barrat (who you might remember from his viral Kanye West neural network project) says the GAN was able to produce fairly convincing compositions with some surreal accents. In the nude portrait experiment, however, the neural network refused to move past its Dalí period.
“The GAN didn't successfully learn how to make realistic nude portraits,” stated the artistThe discriminator part of the GAN isn't really able to tell the difference between blobs of flesh and humans, and once the generator realized it could keep feeding the discriminator blobs of flesh, and fool it this way, both networks just stopped learning how to paint more realistically.”
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Upcoming Solo Show Displaying Her New Distorted Portraits
Hosted: April 14th
Funkadelic societal artist Marion Peck, is hosting her solo show debuting her Distorted Portrait collection and The Dorthy Circus Gallery in both Rome & London. The show premiers April 14th and should be amazing provided the groovy ambiance of the Circus Gallery sets the tone of Peck's Amazing art.
Presents "The Sky's Gone Out"
@ Arthouse1 London
Privately Hosted: April 6th
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If you cant make the private show in London on April 6th, John Greenwood will be hosting an artists conversation on Saturday April 28th from 5-7. Discussing the creative process and inspiration behind his eye catching work.
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Amazingly Beautiful Earthly Dioramas on Display
Privately Hosted: April 6th
Breath taking. Beautiful. Earthly.
The amazingly talented sculpture breaks through the art world with combinations of nature and sculpture to form gorgeous works of art portraying beautiful, earthly displays of nature and society.
These dioramas and material abundant sculptures pave the way for landscapes of our fantasy. Giving us a strange perspective into our own reality through warped and manipulated dimensions.
Surreal Sculptures of The Human Form
Surreal sculptor Samuel Salcedo, creates visually stunning sculptures of the human body with socially compelling messages behind every inch. These sculptures are quaint in size, packing pounds in detail.
Previously showing at Art Madrid, Art Karlsruhe and 100 Kubic, it is publicly agreed that an international tour of these works would be a pleasure.
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This funkadelic body of work resonates imagination and creation of the unknown. With amazing texture and motion throughout these pieces. Sara Catapano provides her viewers with a gateway to grotesque beings beyond our wildest imagination.
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Jannick Deslaurier's massive sculptures are beautiful 3D representations of drawings. Through intricate thread work comparable to the use of a micron, this body of work captivates its audience through it's breath taking decay.
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