An impossible gallery, filled with work made by AI and human collaboration. Experimental live works, where you can help teach AI, interactive websites and traditional gallery displays, all in an immersive 3D environment that allows the viewer to explore generative work in a generative way. Explore this exhibition in your own home, from your computer, tablet, or VR headset. Explore how AI systems perceive gender and why, reconfigure your selfies to new, unexpected forms and use AI to assign a color rather than a gender. See how our understanding of our own genders helps to inform a greater understanding of gender and how gender is more than the sum of our parts. Perceive gender as a 3D color space of of possibilities. Explore the gallery of the future and how AI perceives gender.
J. Rosenbaum is an artist and researcher based in Melbourne, Australia. Their work explores the intersections of art, technology and society. They are completing their PhD in Art at RMIT University. Their awards include the Midsumma Australia Post Art Prize in 2017 and the Fiona Meyer award in 2016 and they have produced work with grants from the City of Melbourne Covid-19 Arts Grants, Test Sites and Melbourne Fringe.