Blurring the Boundaries of Physical and Digital: Reflections on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Art
Art is communication and translates experiences across space and time. Color and shapes impact positively or negatively the environment we are in, it doesn’t matter whether it’s home or work.
We are living in a digital world and we are increasingly digitized. Humans relationship with technology, even in the artistic practice, becomes a reason of reflection on what we are and, potentially, on what we can become.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Art is getting its way into the art world. The concept of computer-generated art is still relatively new, but the art world is changing fast and so do collectors and buyers. If technical people appreciate it because they understand the challenges of making it, other audiences - such as interior designers, private and corporate collectors, the hospitality industry - can appreciate it because AI Art is customizable, adaptive to the spaces they work with, and within a fast turnaround.
In our age, the boundaries between physical and digital are blurring, and people are not so much interested in a medium anymore. A work of art communicates emotions or not, regardless of whether it was created with a brush or with a computer.
No art form has captured our time period better than generative art.
AI art demonstrates a great creative potential, containing in itself infinite possibilities of realization that can be adjusted according to taste and need. Is it attractive? It can be uncanny and challenging, or more conventional and traditional. It is really up to you and to what story you want to tell through the artwork.
Are you ready to tell your story?