LATENT VOYAGE: Navigating AI landscapes with the body
Fri 28 January 2022
Image: Extract from Latent Voyage by Tim Murray-Browne
LATENT VOYAGE is an interactive installation that uses AI to transform the pose of your body into sound and image.
You are invited to navigate through the hallucinatory landscapes of a generative AI system by following the intuitions of the body. This is a public sharing of work-in-progress.
Tim Murray-Browne is a Glasgow-based artist and creative coder. His work explores how our interactions with machines limit our capacity to be human. LATENT VOYAGE speculates on alternative modes of human-computer interaction based in resonance and embodied sensation rather than manipulation and abstract reasoning. It builds on collaborative research with AI researcher and artist Panagiotis Tigas. Funded by Creative Scotland, produced by Feral with support from Preverbal.
As visuals are rendered interactively through experimental technology, there is a very small chance of flashing lights or sudden loud noises. Participation relies on movement of your body. The sensing technology we use should respond to all body types, and to those in wheelchairs, although it is work-in-progress and we haven't tested this firsthand.
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4:00pm — 9:00pm
Free but ticketed
Free but ticketed. Drop-ins are also welcome but priority will be given to those with tickets. Tickets available for 30 minute slots from 4pm - 9pm.