Resurrecting Masterpieces Lost to the Ages with AI
Painted beneath Pablo Picasso’s 1902 La Miséreuse accroupie, also known as The Crouching Beggar, lies a true hidden treasure. Through working at the nexus of spectroscopy, artificial intelligence, and art, Oxia Palus bring this mysterious piece of art history alive. Their pioneering approach recently featured in Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) May 2020 Keynote speech from CEO Jensen Huang and in Nvidia’s I AM AI presentation.
A Robot that Paints with Child-Like Free Spirt
For fifteen years Pindar Van Arman has been refining his robots to paint using deep learning neural networks, artificial intelligence, feedback loops and computational creativity. Pindar is the artist, but his robots can make a surprising number of independent aesthetic decisions. Pindar’s art won First Place in Robot Art 2018.
Photographs Transform Into Dreamscapes Augmented by AI
Dreamscape Reveries by Daniel Ambrosi are idyllic digital art experiences that immerse you in ultra-high fidelity up to 30,000 pixels wide. Zoom in well beyond what today’s best screens can showcase. Discover wondrous and unexpected new worlds in your own personal Dreamscape experience.
Virtual Worlds Filled with Artificial Life
Oscar winner, Kevin Mack creates abstract virtual reality art worlds that are populated with intelligent, expressive artificial-life creatures that exhibit complex emergent behavior. Mack’s work is informed by neuroscience to inspire transcendent states of consciousness, and has been used in medical and therapeutic applications. Mack creates virtual sculptures that are so complex they can only be produced with the most sophisticated 3D printing technology. Mack’s work in artificial-life and rule-based systems was used to create visual effects for the films, WHAT DREAMS MAY COME and FIGHT CLUB and inspired the development of tissue simulation software that has been used for virtual stem cell research.
Fine Art Paintings that Come to Life
Movement and time largely define our reality. For over 30 years award winning artist Steve Matson’s passion has been to explore this aspect of our perception through art. His complex process takes 7-8 months to create one piece. Using traditional paints and brushes, cinematography, digital visual effects, careful animation. One cannot predict what’s coming next, this inherently creates mystery. The moment of discovery becomes a continuous experience.
MORF Gallery is ushering in the Next Movement in Art
We make the gallery experience simple. Simple to collect. Simple to enjoy.
If you like digital art, you can collect pieces from your favorite artist or from all your favorite artists. Your entire digital collection fits on one ArtStick that plugs right into your TV. Now your TV is your personal art gallery.
Until now it has been a real challenge for digital artists to sell their work and for true collectors to buy with confidence. All MORF Gallery artworks are encrypted, serialized and come with a signed letter of authenticity from the artist.
What if you like to collect canvas paintings or sculptures? MORF Gallery makes that experience simple too. Simply click on the piece you like and your favorite artwork will be shipped directly to you anywhere in the world. Some pieces even come with both a canvas piece and digital piece. Art is personal, just like your MORF Gallery experience.
MORF Gallery, simply disrupting the art world, just for you.