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Alotta Money, VRtigo, 2020, 2443 x 1800px

Artists never sit still. They are, as poet Ezra Pound declared, “the antenna of the human race”, always exploring, experimenting, producing new forms of art and pushing the boundaries of our thinking as a society. Artists often seek out the tools of their time and at Verisart we pride ourselves on supporting artists who work across a broad range of mediums and championing those who connect with audiences in new ways.

Last year, we published an article about artists working with AI, highlighting their collaborative work with software code. In this article, we speak exclusively to the leading artists, collectors…


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“I think of art, at its most significant, as a DEW line, a Distant Early Warning system that can always be relied on to tell the old culture what is beginning to happen to it.” — Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media, 1964

Verisart presents ‘Art in the Age of AI’ exhibition and auction at Founders Forum in London

By Lindsey Bourret

London, UK — June 13, 2019: Eight of the world’s leading artists working with AI tools and technologies are unveiling new works today at Founders Forum in London, where the world’s leading digital and technology entrepreneurs converge for the annual flagship event.

The exhibition, ‘Art in the Age of AI’, features works by Ahmed Elgammal, Alexander Reben, Casey Reas, David Young, Helena Sarin, Matt DesLauriers, Mario Klingemann and Sougwen Chung. …

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