Sunday Painter

Wooden structure, electronics, software, paper, brushes, markers, paint
225 × 107 × 70 cm

The idea of the project is to rethink what is a romantic vision of countryside in the post-digital age. A pen plotter is painting a landscape on a perfect Sunday. Like the modern times require, our eyes stop seeing without a computer vision and artificial intelligence. Hence, the landscape is conformed by artificial intelligence image classification algorithm. In other words, on the canvas is appearing the machine’s romantic vision of a landscape.

Sunday Painter was produced while in residency at Maajaam and part of the group exhibition Wild Bits curated by Timo TootsTaavi SuisaluKadri Lind, and Marie Kliiman (21st-22nd July 18)