Highlights from my three installations at Futurium, a new museum that opened in September 2019 in Berlin, Germany. The three installations are being exhibited there until 2021.
00:00 Sketch to landscape: draw colored shapes on a touchscreen canvas, and watch as they transform into a landscape photograph. This is a recreation of NVIDIA's GauGAN (blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2019/03/18/gaugan-photorealistic-landscapes-nvidia-research/).
00:57 Style transfer mirror: a wall-sized mirror where you are redrawn in the style of iconic paintings. This is the latest iteration in my "Cubist Mirror" series (vimeo.com/167910860).
01:36 Invisible Berlin: move plastic colored pieces around a playpen, representing buildings, parks, and water, and they are transformed into a satellite image of Berlin. Inspired by an older project of mine with collaborators called Invisible Cities (opendot.github.io/ml4a-invisible-cities/).
Thanks to the Futurium staff, especially Stefanie Holzheu, for helping me plan, design, implement, and maintain this installation over an almost 2-year period.