The Julia Stoschek Collection will host the processual exhibition project “This Permanent Other Landscape” by artist Roman Lipski, curated by Laura López Paniagua, at the end of February 2023. In it, the artist explores the relationship between art and science by presenting the production process of his current works with technological means such as artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and quantum blur – an image manipulation process based on quantum calculations.
In contrast to an ordinary exhibition, the rooms of the Julia Stoschek Collection will become a living studio in which the artist and his collaborators will work on site. A programme of events will accompany the project (see below). This will include an experimental lecture series entitled “This Permanent Other Landscape – Challenges of the Emerging Digital-Physical Statu Quo in Art, Science and Society” to discuss pressing questions that such technologies bring with them. The event is hosted by the Julia Stoschek Foundation independently of its official programme.
The use of technologies such as VR, AI and especially Quantum Blur (QB) in art is only at an early stage and thus in a phase of experimentation and discovery of their potentials, possible outcomes and consequences. The artworks that Roman Lipski is currently producing are examples of an …
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Abb. oben: Ausstellungsansicht, 2018, Futurium