Connie Bakshi is an artist, classical musician, and engineer based out of Los Angeles. Working predominantly with artificial intelligence, she unfolds lore and rituals of the past that would collide with dreams of post-colonial futures. Her works mediate between digital memory embedded in AI and collective consciousness emerging on the blockchain to question the relationships between past and future, humanity and technology She is descended from the ancestral shamans of Taiwan.
Last update on 10-03-2023
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"Connectome" is a collection of artworks curated by Chanel Verdult for The Foundry, MoCDA's decentralized art residency. Artists featured: Arthur Baron, Connie Bakshi, Enes Güç, Evelyn Bencicova, Klahr, Sasha Stiles, Synthtati, Tabitha Swanson and ZEITWEITZ.
“Enter each artist's inner mechanism. Their current states of practice, process and output. Composed through multidisciplinary translations of identity, cerebral symbolism, dream states, subconscious and conscious world-building as each reflects one's own personal psyche. Connectome aims to explore intimate territories of physical and digital interconnectedness.”
(Chanel Verdult, curator)
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