September 10 – November 10, 2020. Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazineFounder and co-publisher Art of Conversation and founder of the platform @worldoffad, Obvious and RAWS have collaborated on a new artwork Parietal Burner #1 using cave paintings from Lascaux: The artwork is […]. Trevor Paglen, Bloom, runs at Pace Gallery, London, from 10 September to 10 November 2020. Trevor Paglen In this special interview, Monocle’s Augustin Macellari talks to artist Trevor Paglen about his new London exhibition, ‘Bloom’, and reflects on how technology’s complicated systems are shaping our lives. The exhibition follows Paglen’s installation From ‘Apple’ to ‘Anomaly’, presented at the Barbican Curve from September 2019 to February 2020, and Training Humans, an exhibition of Paglen’s works with Kate Crawford presented at the Prada Foundation, Milan from September 2019 to February 2020. Technology is seductive. Bloom Trevor Paglen / Bloom 10.09.20 - 04.11.20. Trevor Paglen (b. Pace London Burlington Gardens, 6 Burlington Gardens Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and online, “Bloom” features the complex and pioneering work by Trevor Paglen, revolving around current themes such as the politics of images, facial recognition … Through image making, sculpture, investigative journalism, writing and more, he reveals the darker underpinnings of the digital landscape – from mass surveillance to data collection and AI. Trevor Paglen. In this special interview, Monocle’s Augustin Macellari talks to artist Trevor Paglen about his new London exhibition, ‘Bloom’, and reflects on how technology’s complicated systems are shaping our lives. 10 September 2020 - 10 November 2020 / Pace London / Art Categories Events, Exhibition / Art Tags Pace London, Trevor Paglen / / / / / Trevor Paglen’s complex and pioneering work examines the systems and technologies that shape society. Trevor Paglen’s recent body of work, called “Bloom,” is rooted in his investigations of technology and machine learning and functions symbolically as a meditation on life and death inspired by the artist’s pandemic experience. These simple truths resonate through Trevor Paglen’s works. Conceived from the average measurements of the faces Bledsoe experimented with, Paglen reconstructed the “standard head” from rare information left behind in Bledsoe’s archives at the University of Texas. – Trevor Paglen, June 2020. “The works in this exhibition seek to provide a small glimpse into the workings of platforms that track faces, nature, and human behaviour, and into the underlying data that structures how machines ‘perceive’ humans and landscapes. Trevor Paglen's complex and pioneering work examines the systems and technologies that shape society. Our website uses cookies to improve your user experience. The colours and shapes in the images represent similar areas that the AI has detected in learning from other images of flowers. Pace returns to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. They do not represent real-to-life colours so much as what the AI thinks the different parts of the images are. Pace Gallery’s second exhibition with Trevor Paglen coincides with two solo exhibitions presented at The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (4th September 2020 – 14th March 2021) and at OGR Turin (10th October 2020 – 10th January 2021). Trevor Paglen: Bloom (#9b746d) , 2020, dye sublimation print, 40½ by 54 inches. The sprays of blossoms are tinted different colors in variegated sections, a slightly nauseating spectrum of reds, yellows, blues, and purples. ... “Bloom” is a series of high-resolution photographs of flowering trees. Trevor Paglen Bloom (#a8866d), 2020 Dye sublimation print 137.2 x 102.9 cm Pace Gallery. Contact the gallery for current visiting protocol. A critical dialogue on the nature of how we use media, technology and how it impacts the way we see and are seen, visitors are given the option to stream their personal webcams into the gallery space on monitors. Paglen’s investigation into the epistemology of representation can be seen in his Symbology and Code Names series which utilize text, video, object, and image to explore questions surrounding military culture and language. A new body of work by the interdisciplinary artist and technology activist Trevor Paglen —on view at Pace Gallery’s London venue, with a … This dataset was created by State Farm insurance to adjust their insurance premiums in real-time, based on that information. Trevor Paglen’s ‘Bloom’ Shows That Algorithms Can’t Automate Beauty – ARTnews.com. Related articles. If you continue browsing, we assume that you consent to our use of cookies. Presented alongside these sculptures are a series of new drawings and compositional paintings that are similarly based on mathematical simplifications produced by various computer vision algorithms. Paglen's complex and pioneering work examines the systems and technologies that shape society. Trevor Paglen The Disasters, 2020 pigment print 147.3 cm × 147.3 cm (58″ × 58″) © Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery. A moment in which we’ve spent much of the year huddled at home with social communications reduced to awkward interactions on technological platforms designed … Open through November 10 both in-person and online, “Bloom” features pieces The Standard Head, which reconstructs CIA agent Woody Bledsoe’s 1960s equation for the typical human head.In ImageNet Roulette, Paglen explores a facial recognition system called ImageNet, which has been found to classify imagery through a lens of racist, misogynistic, and controversial profiling. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom is being presented from 10 September to 10 November 2020 and explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. Centre-stage is The Standard Head, a large-scale reconstruction of 1960s pioneer CIA agent Woody Bledsoe’s mathematical model of a “standard head”, which Paglen has re-constructed from information in Bledsoe’s archive at the University of Texas. Sort: Trevor Paglen. A moment that's exposed an intense awareness of the fragility of our lives, cities, and economic and political institutions. In a complex body of work that encompasses sculpture, photography, drawings and digital practices like facial recognition technology and AI, Trevor Paglen interrogates the systems that underpin today’s society. From a distance, these works give the appearances of subtle lines of colour fields reminiscent of Agnes Martin’s abstract paintings. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and online at pacegallery.com, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. Pictures and details of Trevor Paglen: Bloom at Pace, Burlington Gardens, London, September 10 - November 10, 2020 - Contemporary art with installation views Trevor Paglen: Bloom +44 20 3206 7600 Open: temporary closure The artist’s large-scale photographs Bloom validate intuition that something is ‘off’. Upon closer inspection, the colours separate, and individual lines of text pulled from email spam emerge from their abstraction. Pace Gallery re-opens its London gallery with American artist Trevor Paglen and the exhibition "Bloom" which explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. Trevor Paglen AC, 2020 pigment on textile 45.7 cm × 45.7 cm (18″ × 18″) © Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery, “Computer vision and artificial intelligence have become ubiquitous. ImageNet Roulette is an interactive artwork that classifies people’s digitally-captured portraits according to one of the most widely-used datasets used for training and evaluating computer vision systems. Filter. Trevor Paglen's complex and pioneering work examines the systems and technologies that shape society. Bloom (#a5808a), 2020. Highlights of the exhibition will include Bloom, a series of large-scale photographs that depict flower formations conceptualized by various computer vision algorithms created to analyse the constituent parts of real-life photographs. Open through November 10 both in-person and online, “Bloom” features pieces The Standard Head, which reconstructs CIA agent Woody Bledsoe’s 1960s equation for the typical human head.In ImageNet Roulette, Paglen explores a facial recognition system called ImageNet, which has been found to classify imagery through a lens of racist, misogynistic, and controversial … In a series of pen-onpaper drawings, Paglen shows how complex images are “abstracted” into much simpler versions in computer vision systems, drawing parallels between computer vision systems and Constructivist and Cubist ways of seeing. With Bloom, Trevor Paglen collapses distinctions between the real and virtual, laying bare the prejudices embedded in supposedly objective artificial intelligence systems.Paglen has made a career of visualizing the invisible power structures and systems which govern contemporary society. A new body of work by the interdisciplinary artist and technology activist Trevor Paglen—on view at Pace Gallery’s London venue, ... Related Articles “Bloom” is a series of high-resolution photographs of flowering trees. Trevor Paglen begins to unravel these complexities by making the invisible visible through art. About. Artist Peter Doig is collaborating with Kim Jones for Dior Men FW21, See You Tomorrow – MA Art and Science Open Studio, Central Saint Martins, UAL, Wandering Intuition, a solo exhibition by leading figurative artist Henrik Aa. Artist Trevor Paglen discusses why AI image datasets are problematic, and why he’s turning the lens on the public in Bloom, his new show at Pace, London. LONDON.- Pace returns to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Trevor Paglen’s new Pace London exhibition Bloom is very much of the moment. Airlines and Sentiments and The Disasters feature lines of texts culled from datasets that AI developers employ to teach computer systems to analyse and emotionally interpret the content of online communications. Employing a variety of disciplines throughout his oeuvre, from investigative journalism to scientific research, the exhibition will feature new sculptures, photographs, drawings, and digital components that relate to corporate and state use of machine learning algorithms to monitor, extract value, and influence people’s lives. 1974, Camp Springs, MD) is known for investigating the invisible through the visible, with a wide-reaching approach that spans image-making, sculpture, investigative journalism, writing, engineering, and numerous other disciplines. Highlights of the exhibition will include Bloom, a series of large-scale photographs that depict flower formations conceptualized by various computer vision algorithms created to analyse the constituent parts of real-life photographs. He started to think about how flowers have featured throughout “other moments in history when meaning itself started to come into question”. Trevor Paglen (born 1974) is an American artist, geographer, and author whose work tackles mass surveillance and data collection. Pace London is pleased to return to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. The project is a provocation, acting as a window into some of the racist, misogynistic, cruel, non-scientific, controversial, and simply absurd categorisations embedded within ImageNet and other training sets that AI models are built upon, Trevor Paglen Bloom (#a5808a), 2020 dye sublimation print 137.2 cm × 102.9 cm (54″ × 40-1/2″) © Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery, Trevor Paglen Bloom Sep 10th –Nov 10th, 2020 Pace London pacegallery.com. A moment that's exposed an intense awareness of the fragility of our lives, cities, and economic and political institutions. A moment in which we’ve spent much of the year huddled at home with social communications reduced to awkward interactions on technological platforms designed to extract as … Simultaneously, participants “visiting” the show via livestream are also present in the gallery, as visitors are given the option to stream their personal webcams into the gallery space on monitors. As art spaces continue to grapple with visitor access in a post-COVID era, Paglen’s new work offers a new perspective on virtual engagement in the gallery space. Highlights of the exhibition will include Bloom, a series of large-scale photographs that depict flower formations conceptualized by various computer vision algorithms created to analyse the constituent parts of real-life photographs. The works in Bloom recall the vanitas tradition in art, in which symbolic objects such as skulls, flowers, and books remind us of mortality, the fragility of life, and the vanity of worldly pleasures. Bloom (#5f5554), 2020. Dialoguing with The Standard Head is The Model (Personality), a plated bronze phrenology skull derived from the current categories that are used in predictive policing and sentencing algorithms that intend to gauge someone’s level of criminality by measuring their psychological attributes and behaviours. Closed. A moment in which we’ve spent much of the year huddled at home with social communications reduced to awkward interactions on technological platforms designed to … Trevor Paglen, Bloom (#5f5554), 2020, dye sublimation print, 69" × 92" (175.3 cm × 233.7 cm) 70-1/8" × 93-1/8" × 2" (178.1 cm × 236.5 cm × 5.1 cm), framed "Computer vision and artificial intelligence have become ubiquitous. Trevor Paglen: Bloom (#9b746d), 2020, dye sublimation print, 40½ by 54 inches. Photograph: Paglen Studio/Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery But he is just showing the truth. Trevor Paglen is known for investigating the invisible through the visible, with a wide-reaching approach that spans image-making, sculpture, investigative journalism, writing, engineering, and numerous other disciplines. Share; Tweet; Advertisement. Trevor Paglen, Bloom (#7a5a4e), 2020, dye sublimation print, 175.3 cm × 233.7 cm (69″ × 92″) © Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist. Trevor Paglen’s new Pace London exhibition Bloom is very much of the moment. The world is a messy place. Artificial intelligence algorithms are designed and trained to look for faces, unique key points, lines, circles, and areas of interest as they attempt to deconstruct the underlying reality into a more simplified series of sections or shapes. coincides with two solo exhibitions presented at The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (Sep 4, 2020 – Mar 14, 2021) and at OGR Turin (Oct 10, 2020 – Jan 10, 2021). Paglen’s latest solo exhibition, at Pace in London, is aptly titled “Bloom.” It features several large-scale photographs of flower formations, a nod to the … Octopus provides virtual access to new art experiences, while also commenting on the issues of access, consent, and surveillance that are profoundly impacting this new hyper-mediated reality. Art news, exhibitions, competitions and lots more every day, Join the FAD newsletter and get the latest news and articles straight to your inbox, deeds to a château in France (Coming 2021), Obvious and RAWS team up to create a new contemporary reinterpretation of parietal art, Pace Gallery to open new 8,600-sq-ft gallery space in central London, Watch Patti Smith Celebrate Biden inauguration with free virtual performance on FAD magazine, The Top 5 Online Exhibitions to see in January. It will coincide with two solo exhibitions presented at The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (4th September 2020 – 14th March 2021) and at OGR Turin (10th October 2020 – 10th January 2021). We disregard the future. Artist Trevor Paglen discusses why AI image datasets are problematic, and why he’s turning the lens on the public in Bloom, his new show at Pace, London. When a member of the public’s image is captured by a camera and simultaneously projected on the gallery video monitor, the AI model categorises them according to the dataset. – Trevor Paglen, June 2020. Trevor Paglen’s new Pace London exhibition Bloom is very much of the moment.A moment that's exposed an intense awareness of the fragility of our lives, cities, and economic and political institutions. ‘What is that really?’ is often a sensible question once you’re used to the tricky ways of artists. Another component of the exhibition is an interactive live-stream titled Octopus, allowing anyone with a webcam to see the exhibition space from different camera angles and, at the same time, broadcast themselves to monitors in the gallery.In a video-conference panel in late October hosted by the gallery, Paglen said about this piece: "I was thinking about Zoom calls and … Taking centre stage in the exhibition is The Standard Head, a large-scale reconstruction of 1960s pioneer CIA agent Woody Bledsoe’s mathematical model of a “standard head”. Trevor Paglen: Bloom Paglen's works initiate from data computing technologies shaping contemporary society. In this new work, I am interested in exploring the numerous examples of computer training sets creating AIs that reflect and perpetuate unacknowledged forms of racism, patriarchy, and class division that charac-terise so much of society.”. Pace Gallery London An English Landscape (American Surveillance Base near Harrogate, Yorkshire) Trevor Paglen / An English Landscape (American Surveillance Base near Harrogate, Yorkshire) 19.06.14 - 30.06.15. 1974) is an American artist examining the systems and technologies that shape our world. The discreet sanc-tuary of home is no longer certain. If you continue browsing, we assume that you consent to our use of cookies. Computing systems that collect, interpret and operationalize data that defines and tracks identity, movement, and habits fuel the artist’s broad practice. Opposing Geometries, at Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, is on view from 4 September to 14 March. Paglen has had numerous one-person exhibitions, including at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (2019); Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2015); Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing (2015); Protocinema Istanbul (2013); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands (2013); and Vienna Secession (2010). A moment that's exposed an intense awareness of the fragility of our lives, cities, and economic and political institutions. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. He has participated in group exhibitions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2008, 2010, 2018); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (2014); The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2012); Tate Modern, London (2010), and numerous other institutions. Available for sale from Pace Gallery, Trevor Paglen, Bloom (#9b746d) (2020), Dye sublimation print, 105.7 × 140 × 5.1 cm Trevor Paglen, Bloom (#9b746d), 2020, dye sublimation print, 102.9 cm × 137.2 cm (40-1/2" × 54”), © Trevor Paglen, courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery. Trevor Paglen (b. works explore Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, fa-cial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. The works in this exhibition seek to provide a small glimpse into the workings of platforms that track faces, nature, and human behaviour, and into the underlying data that structures how machines ‘perceive’ humans and landscapes. Trevor Paglen: Bloom. The world has become too complex and too fragmented for any human to fully comprehend it. In contrast to the vanitas paintings of the 15th and 16th century, Paglen plays with these symbolic tropes, bringing them into the present day and addressing new measures of mortality in the digital era such as Zoom, AI, policing, and even such threats as COVID-19. The dataset for Distracted Drivers, for example, is a collection of images used to recognise if someone is distracted while driving by an AI system. Paglen recalls feeling “hyper-aware” on his daily walks during lockdown of the visual signifiers of winter turning to spring—the bloom of nature, as humanity remained confined indoors. Trevor Paglen Bloom (#a8866d), 2020 Dye sublimation print 137.2 x 102.9 cm Pace Gallery Trevor Paglen A Prison Without Guards (Corpus: Eye-Machines) Adversarially Evolved Hallucination , 2017 Dye sublimation metal print Courtesy Trevor Paglen and Pace Gallery. Our website uses cookies to improve your user experience. The world is a messy place. This is Pace’s second exhibition with the artist. Trevor Paglen: Bloom. But after Covid-19 remade the world, the show had to change. In this new reality, the digital and the virtual make it possible to continue to keep business moving, to socialize, and to participate. Trevor Paglen’s new Pace London exhibition Bloom is very much of the moment. Together, the works in the exhibition recall the “Vanitas” tradition in art, in which symbolic objects such as skulls, flowers, and books remind us of mortality, the fragility of life, and the vanity of worldly pleasures. Paglen’s new interactive live-stream work Octopus (2020) responds to the current moment where periods of isolation, distance, and limitations on travel impact the way society works, interacts with each other, and experiences art. Hear Trevor Paglen discuss his latest body of work in this new talk . In Bloom, which opens September 10 at Pace, two sculptures demonstrate the discriminatory history of facial recognition technologies. Trevor Paglen (b. These flower formations have been imagined by various computer vision algorithms created to analyse the constituent parts of real-life photographs. We disregard the future. Marc Glimcher, President and CEO of Pace Gallery, today announced plans to expand the business’s presence in London with a new 8,600-sq-ft location at 4 Hanover Square. At 6 Burlington Gardens until 10th November, and on the gallery’s digital platform, By Mark Westall • 7 September 2020Share —. Artist Sammy Baloji on Colonial Legacies, New Stories and … Trevor Paglen’s new Pace London exhibition Bloom is very much of the moment. The world has become too complex and too fragmented for any human to fully comprehend it. CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS Sculptors in the north wanted for The Liverpool Plinth. From close-ups of individual artworks at unexpected angles to wide frames of the room that allow online participants to watch visitors seeing the work in person, the view of the exhibition via webcam offers an uncanny experience between observation and surveillance. Trevor Paglen: Bloom; until 10th November 2020; Pace Gallery, 6 Burlington Gardens, W1. In his new body of work, Bloom, themes of surveillance, observation and imperfect algorithms are explored within the context of mourning and the fragility of life. … Vivid renderings of blossoming flowers, which compose a centrepiece of the show alongside sculptures, drawings and digital components, may lead one to think otherwise, but that would be wrong. Not all of Bledsoe's work has been uncovered, so the remaining head data - as it were - has been filled in by AI software. We managed to have a quick chat with Anil Sebastian ahead of their film’s premiere today Wednesday 28th October 2020 on NOWNESS. Bloom. Trevor Paglen Bloom Pace returns to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Trevor Paglen: Bloom Pace Gallery’s second exhibition with Trevor Paglen coincides with two solo exhibitions presented at The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (4th September 2020 – 14th March 2021) and at OGR Turin (10th October 2020 – 10th January 2021). As a multidisciplinary grant-maker, the Center invests in cultural projects and practitioners, on a mission to enhance public life in the Greater Philadelphia area. Through image making, sculpture, investigative journalism, writing and more, he reveals the darker underpinnings of the digital landscape – from mass surveillance to data collection and AI. – Trevor Paglen, June 2020. Since 2005, the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage has awarded more than $143 million in grants, funded over 1,400 projects, and supported 352 individual artists via annual Pew Fellowships. 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