When walking through a gallery, you usually see artworks on the walls…not the floor. Well, studio Cre.a.i.tive explores what it would look like when a textile work extends across the ground. Using artificial intelligence, they produced an entire gallery of artworks that take up multiple surfaces.
The series, titled The Reflections of Lost Thoughts Art Gallery is inspired by the textile art of Faig Ahmed, who is known for creating surreal carpets that “melt” into puddles. While Ahmed's pieces have a traditional aesthetic, the AI versions from Cre.a.i.tive appear to possess an abstract quality. All of the works within the collection have a figurative quality, depicting a range of faces.
“While creating The Reflection of Lost Thoughts Art Gallery, I was inspired by the fluidity of nature, the mystery of dreams, and the inner worlds of people,” Cre.a.i.tive tells My Modern Met. “The dance of colors and patterns was inspired by the waves of the sea and other wonders of nature. I also followed the traces of people’s inner journeys while exploring their emotional and intellectual experiences.”
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Art studio Cre.a.i.tive uses artificial intelligence to produce surreal designs.
The series The Reflection of Lost Thoughts Art Gallery is inspired by the works of Faig Ahmed.
Abstract carpets extend past the wall and melt across the floor.