Working with reflections and coloured lights, amazing nonobjective art can be created with Shade.

Booth at a conference. The client is an university institute researching machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics. The upper part was overlaid with semi-transparent type, logo an so on, so the main subject matter had to be composed into a roughly square area at the bottom. The submission on the left is based on a 3-D model of a Bayesian Network - somewhat like a logic flowchart. On the right the network is much more abstracted into the background, with a head symbolizing a machine-learning symbiosis. The printed banner was five by eight feet in size.
An early sketch for the above project - a cyborg done in a way to stress ambiguity between machine and human.


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©2006 Larry N.Bolch