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Last week of December in NYC is a recovery week after the hectic Christmas preparations and taking a breather before the New Year's Eve celebrations. During this time the city is rather empty. If you aren't a lazy person you should go check out some art. At the moment there is an interesting exhibit worth seeing without being surrounded by the crowds.

Refik Anadol's installation "Unsupervised" is described as a meditation on technology, creativity, and modern art. Anadol's innovative machine-learning model is a remarkable achievement in modern art. By interpreting the existing data from MoMA's collection, the model is able to create unique reimaginings of the history of modern art and explore the possibilities for the future. The addition of site-specific input from the Museum’s Gund Lobby, such as changes in light, movement, acoustics, and the weather, adds another layer of complexity and creativity to the ever-evolving imagery and sound. This ambitious project is a stunning example of the power of machine-learning and the potential for modern art.

Anadol's installation is a fascinating exploration into the potential of AI learning to create a new form of art. By combining the two, Anadol is able to create art that is both realistic and fantastical, drawing on both the present and future to create something truly unique. By encoding these works on the blockchain, Anadol is also making a statement about the public record of art, and how this record can be used to connect memories with the future. Ultimately, Anadol’s work is a testament to the power of technology to make the invisible visible.

Refik Anadol is a Turkish-American new media artist and designer. His projects use data-driven machine learning algorithms to create captivating, dream-like digital environments. His work is both visually stunning and conceptually stimulating.

The exhibit will run from November 19, 2022 through March 5, 2023

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