Do Anne Spalter’s AIs have Eyes?

Exploring Implication in AI Artwork

Too Close to the Sun (2019), by Anne Spalter. Pastel Drawing inspired by AI-generated composition created with playform.io. 20 x 20 in.
The Wedding Feast at Cana (1563), by Paolo Veronese. Oil on canvas. 267in x 391 in. Property of The Louvre Museum, Paris
Ship on an Icy Ocean (2020), by Anne Spalter. Pastel and charcoal on black paper. Based on an AI composition. 30 x 20 in.
Arnolfini Portrait (1434), by Jan van Eyck. Oil on oak panel of 3 vertical boards. Property of National Gallery, London
Hand with Reflecting Sphere (1935), by M.C. Escher. Lithograph. 12.5in x 8.4in
Drive All Night (2019), by Anne Spalter; Oil painting based on AI algorithm generated composition. 20.5 x 20.5 in.
Apparition (2019), by Anne Spalter. Pastel Drawing inspired by AI-generated composition created with playform.io. 20in x 20in.
Still from Moon Flowers (2022), by Anne Spalter.
Interstellar Travel with Lucky Space Rabbit (2021), by Anne Spalter.
Dall-E2 generation of “Pointillist painting of a dog on its hind-legs looking into a medium-sized hole in a tree trunk wherein six small owls are having a Victorian-era tea party
Dall-E2 generation of “horrifying photorealistic portrait of a woman with mirrors for eyes”
Lighthouse for Peace (2022), by Anne Spalter. In Collection of DCinvestor

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