VIP EVENT AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM TO REVEAL THE LATEST PROJECT OF AI COLLECTIVE OBVIOUS
Join us for a special VIP moment at the British Museum to reveal the latest project by Art & Tech collective Obvious (https://obvious-art.com/) at the invitation of curator and art dealer Magda Danysz.
Obvious is one of the first Artificial Intelligence based art collective and the trio made the headlines back in 2018 with one of their NFT/AI based artwork being sold at Christies for 432,000 $.
AI collective Obvious has signed with Parisian gallery Danysz in October 2022—making it one of the first AI artists to have gallery representation.
The announcement comes at a moment when the disruptive potential of A.I. in the art world is becoming clear. Though, perhaps unsurprisingly, Obvious doesn’t see the primary tool of its trade as replacing existing artists, but rather as part of an important new movement. “We are pleased to see the A.I. art movement thriving. New developments from A.I. research continue to fuel artistic innovations,” they said. “We are working on opening our own research laboratory to further develop A.I. algorithms for artistic applications.”
– Artnet News, Nov 1st
Now on the 23rd of November, the art collective will announce the content of their new series that was kept secret so far.
Image: Obvious collective. Photo by Emma-Jane Browne