David le Viseur_AUAUAU (Golden Image in Golden Frame), 2019

Golden Image in Golden Frame

At Art-Fairs like “Art Basel”, you encoun­ter qui­te a few gol­den images in gol­den frames. If you belie­ve in (the ent­i­re­ly fic­tio­n­al “real” value of) gold, you don’t belie­ve in art. If you belie­ve in gold as “art”, you still don’t belie­ve in art. Here’s a ver­si­on of a gol­den image in a gol­den frame tha­t’s equal­ly cheap and non­sen­si­cal, but a bit more honest/literal/“conceptual” & the­re­fo­re at least some­what, mini­mal­ly, art-like.

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A musi­cal ren­di­ti­on of the orbi­tal reso­nan­ce pat­tern of the pla­nets of the famous exo­pla­net sys­tem Trappist‑1.

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Odd Parameters: War-Warhol, Pen on Paper, 32x24cm, 2018

Odd Parameters

It’s a com­mon assump­ti­on in AI and Machi­ne Lear­ning that every bit of con­tent can be cha­rac­te­ri­zed by some (set of) para­me­ters. Theo­re­ti­cal­ly, this may very well be true. Con­cre­te­ly (and enjoy­ing a deli­ber­ate­ly sim­plistic mind­set), it’s fun to ima­gi­ne some odd para­me­ters and the weird con­cep­tu­al spaces they give rise to. Wha­t’s the exact mid-point bet­ween Bacon and Fran­cis Bacon? Wha­t’s 3/4ths bet­ween War and War­hol? You can con­ti­nue the game for yours­elf. (Even wit­hout using cor­ny Ger­­man-Eng­­lish puns).

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I will not make any more boring political art

Video, 2017 Demons­tra­ting a new and much nee­ded form of punish­ment (with a nod to John Bald­essa­ri). At the Veni­ce Bien­ni­al 2017.

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