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Generative Art Exhibitions to Visit In Person


Itching to see generative art in person? Here's what is currently on display and exhibitions coming up in the near future.

The world of generative art is vibrant and ever-evolving, with artists around the globe pushing the boundaries of creativity and technology.

Let's explore what is currently on display and what's coming up in the near future.

Le code d'Orsay by Sébastien Devaud (Agoria)

Agoria blends art and technology, creating "biological generative art" where living organisms shape art pieces. This innovative approach showcases the fusion of natural processes and artistic creation. With Le code d'Orsay, Agoria is invited to take a unique look at the Musée d'Orsay, its architecture, and the works inside, exploring the link between the emergence of web3's experimental art and the museum's collections.

Location: Musée d'Orsay
When: 13 February - 10 March 2024

Sébastien Devaud (Agoria)

Sébastien Devaud (Agoria)

Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive by Refik Anadol

Showcasing new and recent works, Echoes of the Earth features The Large Nature Model, a pioneering generative AI model dedicated to nature. The exhibition envelops viewers in immersive environments that “utilise years-long experimentation with visual data of coral reefs and rainforests and showcases the creative potential of AI”.

Location: Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
When: 16 February - 7 April 2024

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Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive by Refik Anadol

Circles, Blobs, Ripples by Zachary Lieberman

Lieberman's first solo show with Unit Circles, Blobs, Ripples explores geometries crafted with code, revealing mesmerizing visual experiences. The exhibition reveals how “a systematic approach to image-making can transform simple shapes into mesmerising visual experiences”

Location: Unit, London, UK
When: 7 February - 10 March 2024

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Circles, Blobs, Ripples by Zachary Lieberman

À la recherche de Vera Molnar

À la recherche de Vera Molnar is a tribute to Vera Molnar's legacy, featuring artworks by Molnar and homages from internationally acclaimed artists.

Location: Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest
When: 10 February – 14 April 2024

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