A iniciativa contou com a colaboração dos professores de Ciências ULisboa Maria José Lourenço e Rui Agostinho.
Exposição patente ao público de 11 de novembro de 2019 a 10 de janeiro de 2020.
This exhibition is based on the human eye´s perception of art. ““We all see differently the colours and think differently. We all see the colours in a different way. Our eyes have a unique way of defining colours, even if we think we can see the same as other people. For centuries philosophers, artists, scientists, and writers, tried to understand the connection between colours, light and space. But now also AI. Why do we all love the sun, the blue sky, sunset or sunshine? Why do some people hate pink, and others love green or orange? Is it possible that the reason why we hate and love colours is connected with the way we see colours in different ways and how we experience them? Is it possible to hate works of art only because of the colours and the negative experience we have? If yes, why?! If light changes the way we see colours, how does space also change our perceptions? How artificial in future would get the world of art? We are creating machines capable of seeing and understanding colours, space, art, life, in the same or different ways. What happens when we create art with machines? What happens when we create AI to make art? What happens when art is created by Super Intelligence machines capable of creating art and curiosity such as exploration, investigation and learning? How understandable will that be for human’s art? Will that be considered art? “The age of Artificial Intelligence (AI)” …”
This exhibition is based on the concept of Transitory Art, a concept that research the future of art.