as flesh alone distinguishes us from machines; human intelligence can be distinguished from artificial intelligence by the body, alone.
🌦 METEORA:more than 10 months ago
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Jorge Orozco’s spectral work on digital architecture seems to revolve around a long-lasting question: how to articulate something that is not there by looking at everything that is there? It thrives with online observations –derived from millions of images, movies and texts– and takes architectonic positions within them.
Even when Jorge's work substantially mimics the techniques deployed by big tech companies like Google or Facebook in its handling of information, it cultivates the delicate balances that exist between artificial intelligence and human intelligence by not forgetting the old tradition of architectural treatises. Here is a short selection of his work:
A search engine for 3d models, textures and images, ready to be imported to Blender.
search engine to navigate millions of images, clips, and dialogues extracted from movies curious about architecture.
A collection of movies to assist architects in discussing ideas and qualifying spaces.
online application to create mood boards of images.
search engine for architectural projects and buildings.
architectural projects that bring space & A.I. into proportion.
A talk on A.I., The Plenty and architecture.
a PhD dissertation.
an atmospheric video for Kulturfolger, Zurich.
a video installation for the 12th International Architecture Biennale of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
ALCAM:more than 12 months ago
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The dreamy silhouettes are easily recognizable, and certain skill at theatrical presentation is not entirely uninvolved in this result