Daniel Kersh - Jan 01 2020
Generative Movement Installations
"A Generative Movement Installation is an event leaving behind a painted map of the human subconscious. It gives us a reason to pause and consider our relationship with our minds, our bodies, and our experience of reality."
A Generative Movement Installation is a kind of dance improvisation that compares machine learning models with models of the mind.
We can see and appreciate their similar functions in how they interpret the world.
The body displays different interpretations of internal human data in both abstract forms and habitual human gestures while the mind moves through varying states of consciousness and control of the body.
By slowing down movement (or data output) there can be more time and space for data input, allowing the mind to learn, adapt and evolve.
Generative Abstraction is an art medium utilizing artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other computational methods to construct works of abstract art.