Do you want it? A place where all potential creative tools are collected? With direct links and short explanations — for you to decide where to start your art? Well, here it is — an ongoing index of all creative uses of AI. At least those being covered by Merzazine…
Kurt Schwitters wrote about MERZ, his Gesamtkunstwerk:
Es ist im Kunstwerk nur wichtig, daß sich alle Teile aufeinander beziehen, gegeneinander gewertet sind.
(In the work of art, it is only important that all parts relate to each other, are evaluated against each other.) (1923, “Meaning of the MERZ-idea”)
On this day 700 years ago Dante Alighieri died.
Here is an Artificial Homage written by AI.
Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita
mi ritrovai per una selva oscura,
ché la diritta via era smarrita. (Dante)
# In the winter of my youth I…
So they exist. Trained on my memories. The faces you see here are created in a harmonical orchestration by me and Artificial Intelligence. I trained AI on my photographs — and so the imagery you see here is a merge between humanity (pre-trained FFHQ-Datasets) and my own life.
My name is Richard Hoagland and I’m writing to you today as I think you’ll find this letter interesting.
A lot of what I write is due to my being the youngest editor ever to have worked at The New York Times. I have been fortunate to work with a…
WILLIAM SHERMAN: The Senses of Silence is a book of poems set in the future -and is therefore a future work outside the realm of our present existence. …
“I am not a man of letters but a man of words”
(Heinrich Heinegger, The Works of Heinrich H. Heinegger)
“I’m not a man of words but a man of words”
(Richard Wagner, The Little Book of Words, translated by John Palmer)
“I use words to describe my world”