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My work is a visual response to what I read in the newspaper and mass media. Intrigued by a news article (https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/security-lancaster/about/news/ai-generated-faces-are-more-trustworthy-than-real-faces-say-researchers-who-warn-of-deep-fakes-1), discussing how AI created portrait to be more trustworthy than real human beings’ photographs, I began creating portraits from real and AI-generated pictures, aiming to discern any differences in my creative process between real and synthetic subjects. To simulate the diverse array of information processed by AI in its creative endeavors, I employ a technique of mixing various elements from previously crafted portraits. This approach imbues the portraits with a timeless and genderless quality, bordering on the surreal.

 

I adopted the etching technique to highlight the human hands' presence. Then I use the silkscreen printing technic to reproduce and transform them on different scale, giving them a stronger stance.  

 

Through this fusion of traditional and contemporary techniques, my work aims to provoke thought and dialogue surrounding the intersection of human creativity and artificial intelligence, ultimately challenging perceptions of our humanity, of authenticity and authorship in the realm of portraiture.

Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print

"La Feuille de Cabbage Press" is a series of silkscreen prints related to political events in the UK, presented like a visual tale or a drama. I am intending to continue this interesting and very entertaining work... More to come!

Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
Silkscreen print
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