https://vimeo.com/661590320

‘Feed’ is a huge artificial waterfall made with eceipt machines that print feeds indefinitely. The 13 receipt devices that make up this waterfall constantly output a random number of images, each like a feed. We consume images through countless feeds and internet posts in our daily lives. Where do feeds that disappear from view on a small screen go? We consume a lot of instant images every day, but because they are not material, we often don't realize how much presence they have. Traces of the feed, which were immediately destroyed in the device, are extracted immediately after consumption through the receipt. These digital daily lives do not disappear, emit huge sounds, are physically accumulated in space, and approach a landscape of huge waste. The waterfall of these images coexists with us, but conveys the invisible environment and emotions through physical sense.

Project supported by artcenternabi

https://vimeo.com/661590320

‘Feed’ is a huge artificial waterfall made with eceipt machines that print feeds indefinitely. The 13 receipt devices that make up this waterfall constantly output a random number of images, each like a feed. We consume images through countless feeds and internet posts in our daily lives. Where do feeds that disappear from view on a small screen go? We consume a lot of instant images every day, but because they are not material, we often don't realize how much presence they have. Traces of the feed, which were immediately destroyed in the device, are extracted immediately after consumption through the receipt. These digital daily lives do not disappear, emit huge sounds, are physically accumulated in space, and approach a landscape of huge waste. The waterfall of these images coexists with us, but conveys the invisible environment and emotions through physical sense.

Project supported by artcenternabi

https://vimeo.com/661590320

‘Feed’ is a huge artificial waterfall made with eceipt machines that print feeds indefinitely. The 13 receipt devices that make up this waterfall constantly output a random number of images, each like a feed. We consume images through countless feeds and internet posts in our daily lives. Where do feeds that disappear from view on a small screen go? We consume a lot of instant images every day, but because they are not material, we often don't realize how much presence they have. Traces of the feed, which were immediately destroyed in the device, are extracted immediately after consumption through the receipt. These digital daily lives do not disappear, emit huge sounds, are physically accumulated in space, and approach a landscape of huge waste. The waterfall of these images coexists with us, but conveys the invisible environment and emotions through physical sense.

Project supported by artcenternabi

https://vimeo.com/661590320

‘Feed’ is a huge artificial waterfall made with receipt machines that print feeds indefinitely. The 13 receipt devices that make up this waterfall constantly output a random number of images, each like a feed. We consume images through countless feeds and internet posts in our daily lives. Where do feeds that disappear from view on a small screen go? We consume a lot of instant images every day, but because they are not material, we often don't realize how much presence they have. Traces of the feed, which were immediately destroyed in the device, are extracted immediately after consumption through the receipt. These digital daily lives do not disappear, emit huge sounds, are physically accumulated in space, and approach a landscape of huge waste. The waterfall of these images coexists with us, but conveys the invisible environment and emotions through physical sense.

After appreciating the whole scenery, you can see the images of each receipt and discover the hidden layers of this work. From the receipts that are constantly drawn out of this waterfall, images and texts of people that look like silhouettes of someone or unknown abstract paintings are pouring out. These images are virtual SNS feed images created by artificial intelligence learning the posts (photos, texts) of people with the hashtag #Me. The learned AI creates infinitely in the latent space images of the ‘intermediate person’ located in the middle between people. Thousands of people continue to make similar appearances to each other, intervene, and create a line, imagining that the pouring posts are like an artificial waterfall.

Project supported by artcenternabi

2021,Multi media, 350cm x 200cm

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