‘Silicon Valley’s Favourite Artist’ Reveals Work Created by Ensemble Solid of Robots, together with Boston Dynamics’ SPOT and Agility Robotics’ DIGIT
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Agnieszka Pilat, dubbed “Silicon Valley’s favourite artist” this yr by New York Journal, returns to her Bay Space roots with a brand new assortment of works exhibited on the San Francisco gallery, Modernism. ROBOTa opens November third and options work accomplished by the acclaimed artist and an ensemble forged of her robotic co-creators, together with Boston Dynamics’ SPOT and Agility Robotics’ DIGIT.
“Just like the craftsmen within the nice artwork guilds of the Renaissance, my robotic apprentices work immediately below my management,” says Agnieszka. “Meet SPOT: the well-known, Boston Dynamics quadruple canine robotic. And DIGIT: Agility Robotics’ bi-pedal robotic gracefully designed to work side-by-side with the human workforce.”
ROBOTa takes guests to the ultimate frontier of man and machine, whereby human beings impart their creations with one final present: Creativity. This gorgeous present options work accomplished by Agnieszka, DIGIT, and SPOT, elevating questions on historical past, consciousness, and the rising energy of synthetic intelligence.
“Agnieszka’s latest artworks transcend efficiently the intense edges of latest portray,” says Modernism’s Founder and Proprietor, Martin Muller. “An inventive glimpse into the long run.”
“I work for the machine,” echoes Agnieszka.
ROBOTa will likely be on show from November 3rd – December 21st at Modernism Inc., 724 Ellis Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109
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About Agnieszka Pilat
Born in Poland, Agnieszka Pilat studied portray and illustration on the Academy of Artwork College in San Francisco, CA. She is an award-winning artist, and her works may be present in private and non-private collections in the US, Poland, and Canada. At the moment residing and sustaining full-time studios in New York and San Francisco, Pilat is represented by quite a few galleries all through the US and has exhibited on the Carnegie Museum of Artwork. She has written about artwork historical past for Artnet and spoken concerning the intersection of artwork and expertise on the annual Founders Discussion board in London. Her work has been lined by New York Journal, Hyperallergic, Forbes, Boston Globe, WIRED, and CNN.
SOURCE Pilat Artwork