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Daniel Ambrosi

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Infinite Dream

2020
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Infinite Dream

About

From my Infinite Dreams series, which is an exploration of Cubism-inspired “refracted” dreaming executed through a combination of computational photography, computer graphics, and artificial intelligence.
Token
1stDibs.1
Token ID
41
Token Metadata
IPFS
Contract Address
0x7e88…B2B6
Edition
1/1
Medium
JPEG Digital Image
Dimensions
12300 x 12300 px
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Artwork CID: QmZ9n7ssxM8Acb4cPLQXT5FKpJNFCLCzDSAsQgh9FZY2a9
Token Metadata CID: QmQf4FwQJy7SZxDqnfacEr8ofqAAQeqfa22mg7sPThFfGS

History

Daniel Ambrosi

Daniel Ambrosi

Daniel Ambrosi is recognized as one of the founding creators of the emerging AI art movement and is noted for the nuanced balance he achieves in human-AI hybrid art. Based near Silicon Valley in Half Moon Bay, California, Ambrosi has been exploring novel methods of visual presentation for almost 40 years since entering the Program of Computer Graphics at Cornell University where he earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree and a Masters in 3D Graphics. In 2011, Ambrosi devised a unique form of computational photography that generates exceptionally immersive landscape images. More recently, Ambrosi's "Dreamscapes" build upon his previous experiments by adding a powerful new graphics tool to his artistic workflow: an enhanced version of “DeepDream,” a computer vision program evolved from Google engineers’ desire to visualize the inner workings of Deep Learning artificial intelligence models. With proprietary access to a customized version of DeepDream expressly modified by two brilliant software engineers, Joseph Smarr (Google) and Chris Lamb (NVIDIA), to operate successfully on his giant images, Ambrosi has been empowered to develop large scale artworks that display exquisite sensitivity and intricacy. Ambrosi's engaging AI-augmented artworks and grand format landscape images have been exhibited at international conferences, art fairs, and gallery shows, installed in major tech offices, featured in multiple publications, and are collected by enthusiastic patrons worldwide.