A self-portrait of an Algorithm
Event date(s) - 26th - 29th October
Event time - Thursday - Saturday: 11am - 9pm / Sunday: 11am - 6pm
Event Location - St Mary le Wigford Church
Visual artist Maria Mavropoulou swaps her hometown of Athens, for Lincoln to bring us a unique insight into the essence of artificial intelligence. Her art surpasses photography, embracing cutting-edge forms of imagery from VR to AI-generated creations.
Explore the boundaries of digital identity and our always-online world through Maria’s groundbreaking project, “A self-portrait of an algorithm”. These amazing images are reflections of AI’s essence, offering insights into its identity. Why does it mirror our human form?
About the artist(s)
Maria Mavropoulou, a visual artist hailing from Athens, Greece, pushes the boundaries of photography into innovative realms like VR, screen-captured images, GAN, and AI-generated creations. Her art revolves around the digital identity, algorithmic bias, network culture, and the multidimensionality of our always-online world.
Maria’s latest project, “A self-portrait of an algorithm,” challenges our perception of AI’s identity through anthropomorphic figures. Join us at Frequency Festival to explore the remarkable intersection of technology and digital identity in Maria’s fascinating art.
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