From 5 Nov 2020 to 8 Nov 2020 / from 10:00 to 18:00
Gene Kogan is an artist and programmer interested in autonomous systems, collective intelligence, generative art, and computer science. He codes, gives talks, teaches workshops, writes essays, and occasionally curates.
He is interested in advancing scientific literacy through creativity and play, and building educational spaces which are as open and accessible as possible. His work is all free & open-source, and records many of his lectures and tutorials.
Style Transfer Mirror
Take a look into Gene Kogan’s mirror and you might be surprised by your own reflection. Captured by a webcam, your image becomes a living and moving work of art as if it had been created by the greatest painters, from van Gogh to Picasso. This style transfer, developed by the artist, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to determine the main characteristics of the image and converts them into the style of the great painters.