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Teratoma Series

In this piece of the Teratoma Series, Mario Klingemann explores flesh as prime material of his art. The stretchiness of skin mirrors the image distortion from the use of artificial intelligence. After building a photo bank of bodies, the artist processed his images to generate his black and white piece with adversarial networks (GAN). In this composition, bright and ghostly faces seem to distort and fade into folds of flesh. The abstraction relies on blurring lines into a monochromatic visual to present an uncanny vision of the body.

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Abstract Art in the Age of New Media

Abstract Art in the Age of New Media is a virtual group show curated by Serena Tabacchi and Marie Chatel featuring works by Banz & Bowinkel, Gibson / Martelli, Joanne Hastie, Harrison, Willmott, Aaron Scheer, Alex Reben, Arnaud Laffond, Chris Dorland, Casey Reas, Darcy Gerbarg, Brendan Dawes, Kjetil Golid, Mathieu Merlet Briand, Maurice Benayoun, Mario Klingemann, Shohei Fujimoto, Yoshi Sodeoka, Sara Ludy, Snow Yunxue Fu, Markos Kay, Damjanksi, David Young, Gordon Berger, Bård Ionson, Manfred Mohr, Robbie Barrat.

Abstract Art in the Age of New Media

Teratoma Series

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