MORF AI exhibits the past, present and future of the fine arts during FOCUS Art Fair BOOM Carrousel du Louvre from September 1 to 4, 2022

Oxia Palus NeoMaster™ resurrection of Vincent Van Gogh’s lost work ‘Two Wrestlers’ at the MORF AI exhibition at the Louvre from September 1-4, 2022 at FOCUS Art Fair BOOM. Featured article in “The Telegraph” August 30, 2022.

MORF AI is a Silicon Valley tech startup, global gallery, and Hollywood art studio that features digital screen artwork by award-winning artists using groundbreaking technologies including quantum computing, AI, robotics and neuroscience.

MORF AI is a Silicon Valley tech startup, global gallery, and Hollywood art studio that features digital screen artwork by award-winning artists using groundbreaking technologies including quantum computing, AI, robotics and neuroscience.

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FOCUS Art Fair BOOM is held at the Carrousel du Louvre from September 1 to 4, 2022. MORF AI artists exhibiting include Pindar Van Arman, Oxia Palus, Chris Fallows, Steve Matson, Machina Infinitum, Daniel Ambrosi and Kevin Mack.

“Repainting the Art World” with works by Pindar Van Arman, Oxia Palus, Chris Fallows, Steve Matson, Machina Infinitum, Daniel Ambrosi and Kevin Mack

MORF AI artists use technology to produce works of art that unleash their creativity today, enable groundbreaking artistic experiences for the future, and even rediscover art’s historic past.

— Scott Birnbaum, CEO and co-founder of MORF AI

PARIS, FRANCE, Aug. 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOCUS Art Fair, by world renowned producer, HongLee Curator, has announced that FOCUS Art Fair BOOM will be held at Carrousel du Louvre in Paris from September 1-4, 2022. HongLee Curator said, “Galleries and international artists will be represented who dare to spearhead the incredible changes we foresee and have begun to see in the art world. The components of the exhibition prompt a reassessment, reimagining and reinvention of how we engage with art, the positions of artist, work, audience and market in relation to each other. others “.

HongLee Curator’s strategic partner and leading gallery owner at FOCUS Art Fair, MORF AI, will showcase bespoke artworks and photography from its collective of cutting-edge artists and photographers. MORF AI is a Silicon Valley tech startup, global gallery, and Hollywood art studio that brings artwork to digital screens and physical walls by award-winning artists using groundbreaking technologies including quantum computing, AI, robotics, visual effects and neuroscience.

MORF AI CEO and Co-Founder Scott Birnbaum said, “MORF AI applauds HongLee Curator’s vision to showcase traditional art alongside art created with the world’s most advanced technologies. It shows how artists throughout the ages struggle to find ways to express themselves. MORF AI artists use technology to produce incredible works of art today, push the boundaries of human creativity today, create groundbreaking artistic experiences for the future, and even rediscover art’s historic past. .

The MORF AI ArtStick™ powers the past, present and future of art with groundbreaking works by Matson, Ambrosi, Mack, Machina Infinitum, Fallows, Van Arman and reveals the magic behind Oxia Palus’ NeoMasters™. MORF AI’s ArtStick adds a new experiential dimension with industry-first technology that transforms any TV or digital display into a growing art gallery that elevates high-end collecting to a new level. Fine art collectors can acquire any or all of the digital artworks displayed on a single MORF AI ArtStick or learn more about each piece in the MORF AI gallery at www.morf.gallery.

Repaint the past of art
Oxia Palus, a new age technology company based in London and winner of the 2021 CogX Prize, is pioneering the use of artificial intelligence, spectroscopy and 3D printing to resurrect the world’s lost art. Unpublished paintings for generations, of Vincent Van Gogh and Leonardo da Vinci. New works will be unveiled for the first time during the MORF AI exhibition. Oxia Palus brings to life what might be the most unusual pieces of art history ever discovered. A NeoMaster™ is an unforgettable slice of history that collectors can now own. ‘Two Wrestler’ article featured in ‘The Telegram’. Click here to learn how the AI ​​resurrected this hidden painting 135 years later.

Painting Today’s Pixels in a Digital World
Technology enables MORF AI artists to create moving paintings, photographs that dream and can change the planet, fractals that tell stories, and movement combined with sound that inspire awe.

Steve Matson was the pioneer of “Moving Paintings”. For Matson, movement and time largely define today’s reality. To form a single work of art, Matson’s complex process can take up to eight months. Using traditional paints and brushes, new-age cinematography, digital visual effects, stunning animation and unforgettable sound. Since the viewer cannot anticipate what is to follow, Matson’s art is shrouded in mystery. The moment of discovery initiates what for many becomes an ongoing journey of limitless synergy. Matson, co-founder of MORF AI, has taken a 40-year journey as a digital artist on Oscar-winning Hollywood blockbuster films like Star Wars and Life of Pi. Matson will present fifteen works at the MORF AI exhibition .

Matson said: “Our perception of reality is subjective. We are constantly changing, just like the world around us, always changing from moment to moment. Motion and time largely define our reality. I am passionate by exploring this aspect of our perception through my work. Being immersed in a living environment that defies imagination.”

Daniel Ambrosi takes photos and it turns into idyllic digital art experiences with AI algorithms, custom-designed by Google and NVIDIA, that immerse people in resolutions up to 30,000 pixels wide. The MORF AI ArtStick™ enables a journey that goes far beyond the best of what today’s flagship TV screens can present. Wonderful and unimaginable new worlds are discovered with every personal Dreamscape journey.

Oscar-winning actor Kevin Mack creates awe-inspiring abstract art worlds populated by intelligent artificial creatures. Mack’s work draws on neuroscience to inspire transcendent states of consciousness and has been used in medical and therapeutic applications. Mack’s virtual sculptures are so intricate that they can only be produced with the most sophisticated 3D printing technology. Mack’s journeys into artificial life and rule-based systems, which he used to create visual effects for the films, “What Dreams May Come” and “Fight Club”, which inspired the development of a tissue simulation software for virtual stem cell research.

Throughout recent human history, mankind has accepted a geometry that only describes ideal spheres, circles, cubes, and squares. Uniform, rectangular objects like boxes and buildings don’t usually occur in nature. Benoit Mandelbrot, the father of fractal geometry gave science a new language to describe roughness and the way things really feel, look and sound. Machina Infinitum has created a moving piece of art that interprets Mandelbrot’s icon saying, “Clouds are not spheres.” Starting from a perfect Euclidean sphere, slowly morphing into a two-dimensional Mandelbrot fractal that morphs into Mandelbulb, a 3D version of Mandelbrot.

Revealing the future of art
Before AI and Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) were registered on the blockchain, award-winning artist Pindar Van Arman used them to direct the brushstroke of his painting robots for nearly 20 years. Van Arman pushes creative technologies and is always on the lookout for the next cool innovation in generative art and he’s found the next big movement in art. Van Arman’s “Quantum Dreams” was conceived as a visual manifestation of quantum phenomena including superposition, entanglement and interference. By combining AI and quantum computing with an artificial mind, audiences have the opportunity to interact with a being who, like them, “can only possibly be there” according to Van Arman.

Scott Birnbaum
MORF AI, Inc.
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“Quantum Dreams” by MORF AI artist Pindar Van Arman with Reimagine AI brain on display at Focus Art Fair Boom at Carrousel du Louvre

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