Manuel Gardina

(b.1990, Italy, lives and works in Brescia) is an artist working with  visuals and sculptures, playing with neural networks, time and the perception of the subject. He employs assets of 3D animations, archives and physical sculptures.

Projects
  1. Videotapestry
  2. Aerial
  3. Extraction
  4. Twin Tendrils
  5. T.F.T.S
  6. Sculptures

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Manuel Gardina

(b.1990, Italy, lives and works in Brescia) is an artist working with  visuals and sculptures, playing with neural networks, time and the perception of the subject. He employs assets of 3D animations, archives and physical sculptures.






Two Thousand Seasons / 2020
Ai Data - Videoart 


            In Two Thousand Seasons, the screen is divided into two: one showing an AI  tracking the movement of celestial bodies in a construction of countless moon cycles, the other merges faces from statues throughout two thousand years of human history and AI generated faces.  

Each side is given a distinct palette and rhythm. The moon is repeatedly brought together in rapid cycles, while the statue morphs at a drowsy pace. The difference between the two sides makes it difficult for the viewer to consider both at the same time.

With this piece, I used the neural network to undertake the formative spiritual and cultural project that mark our sense of collective archives, ourself and time. 




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