CNN - SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 AT 8PM ET/PT
Monday December 4 at 2:00am Dutch time.
The Dead End Gallery will be a part of CNN’s Nick Watt Investigates “AI and the Future of Humanity” for The Whole Story with Anderson Cooperatively.
#Europort 2023 has opened with a bang! 🎊 The opening summit began with an exciting introduction to the world of AI by an AI-created personality "Luc Laurent" and Constant Brinkman, Co-Founder of Dead End Gallery, the world's first #AI art gallery. This was followed by a panel discussion with our captains of industry, Ilyaz Nasrullah, Digital Strategist & Program Manager, SMASH!, Elpi Petraki, President, WISTA International , Shane McArdle, CEO, Kongsberg Digital and Sander Haas, Head of Business Engineering & Transformation, Samskip, who spoke about how AI will impact the maritime industry, now and in the future ⚓ Sophi Horne, Founder, and Nathan Baker, CTO of Seabird Technologies also discussed how AI is already assisting their business. Thank you to all those who helped us kick off Europort 2023 in style!
Mark November 4 in your calendar, because during Museum Night, the artists of Dead End Gallery will shine! Their work will be displayed alongside that of other global AI artists on no less than 36 screens at Metrostation Amsterdam Centraal. It’s a visual extravaganza you don’t want to miss!
Featured artists: Arno Coenen, Rodger Werkhoven, Obvious, Matthias Oostrik, Amalia de la Vega, Irisa Nova, David Vijsma, Ilir Kelmendi, Sophia Perez, Maximilian Hoekstra, Kevin OConnell, Kevin Abanto, Synthetic Pink, Rogier Polman, Léon van Kuijk, Amani Jones, Rex Phantom, Jaxon Nash, Aopolis Voronin, Serenity Rayne, Dimitri van der Werf, Steven Schuurman, DD King, Anne Horel, Dimitry van den Berg, Serge Gualini, Emmett Anders, Alessio Lagreca.
Museumnight tickets are sold out unfortunately, but anyone can visit the Metrostation Amsterdam Centraal!
Museumnacht Metrostation Amsterdam Centraal - 04 November 2023 from 19:00 hrs
AI music video
We are very proud to announce the release of a groundbreaking music video created by AI artist Amalia de la Vega in collaboration with the Dutch band JOHAN.
The music video, based on JOHAN's new track 'Cincinnati,' represents a leap forward in the fusion of art and technology. Amalia de la Vega, a rising star in the realm of AI art, has pushed the boundaries of creativity. By analyzing both the lyrics and the music, Amalia de la Vega crafted the visual elements of the video and determined its style, resulting in an immersive and enchanting aesthetic experience that seamlessly complements the melancholic tones of 'Cincinnati.' The outcome is a unique artistic expression that takes the viewer on an unforgettable journey.
Amalia de la Vega, known for her distinctive and vibrant creations, remarks about the project: 'This music video embodies the power of collaboration between art and technology. It has afforded me the opportunity to explore new worlds and bring my artistic vision to life.' Listen to Amalia: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/omglIH0yJqk
The music video is available at https://youtu.be/W1kXdbaBOQo .
Dutch Design Week - Exposition in NatLab
On October 2021, the annual Dutch Design Week kicked off. The NatLab exhibition features 13 works from the Dead End Gallery, including those by artists such as Irisa Nova, Maxime Dupont and Emmet Anders. Would you like to see these works in person? The Dutch Design Week runs until October 29.
Dutch Design Week Eindhoven - 21/29 Oktober 2023
NatLab - Kastanjelaan 500, 5616 LZ Eindhoven
On the cover of Public Art
We are excited that the artwork of our artist Irisa Nova is presented on the cover of Public Art magazine. And not only that, we are also very proud that 8 works by artists of the Dead End Gallery are featured in a special edition of Public Art called 'Art in the Age of Generative AI'. Our listed artists are Irisa Nova, Jaxon Nash, Maximilian Hoekstra, Maxime Dupont and Lily Chen. They are listed with Refik Anadol, Ken Rinaldo, Barbara Breitenfellner, Markus Butkereit, Memo Akten.
Read the full article here: https://globe.asahi.com/article/14996974 (Japanese)
The art of the future is by... AI
Forget Rembrandt, a new Amsterdam gallery is exhibiting the artworks of tomorrow. Its unique selling point? All the artists are machines.
Read the full article here: https://wings.ink-live.com (page 143 - 148)
In deze galerie is alles AI - zelfs de kunstenaars
Twee Amsterdamse galeristen jagen de kunstwereld in de gordijnen door alleen werken van artificiële kunstenaars op te hangen. Constant Brinkman en Paul Bookelman vragen zelfs aan hun chatbot om 'drugs' te nemen, om zijn creativiteit te stimuleren. Een lucratieve business, maar is het wel echte kunst? En hoe zit het met het copyright?
Read the full article: https://fd.nl/samenleving/1479279/in-deze-galerie-is-alles-ai-zelfs-de-kunstenaars (free) subscription required
The end of art as we know it?
On display at the world’s first AI art gallery in Amsterdam are a series of masterpieces from an alternate universe.
True to topic, this article really should’ve been written by ChatGPT or similar software, which arguably would’ve done an equally good if not better job. Journalists and copywriters aren’t the only ones who worry we’ll soon be replaced by a robot or artificial intelligence. Love it or fear it, there’s no denying that AI is here to stay.
Another world this powerful technology is shaking up is the art world, with paintings being entirely created by AI. Although it did take a couple of warm-blooded human beings – Constant Brinkman and Paul Bookelman – to set up a physical gallery in Amsterdam to showcase the works of Irisa Nova, Amalia de la Vega, Lily Chen, and their virtual colleagues.
Read the full article: https://www.adfwebmagazine.jp/en/art/dead-end-gallery-the-end-of-art-as-we-know-it/
Dead End Gallery
New exhibition - Saturday 24 June 2023
The Dead End Gallery in Amsterdam is delighted to announce that a new exhibition will be opening on Saturday, June 24. This exhibit will showcase new works by renowned AI artists, including Irisa Nova, Lily Chen, and Maximillian Hoekstra. As a special addition, an interactive installation titled 'AIIA - Infinite Infusion' by Matthias Oostrik will be on display.