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This image was made in collaboration with artificial intelligent algorithms, and utilizes subject selection and content awareness auto population to transform material objects into landscapes. It addresses ideas around erasure, regeneration, human and non-human mark making, and scarification in the anthropocene epoch.
As we rely more and more heavily on technology at the expense of our ecology and climate, we find ourselves turning to technology to save us from our destructive practices that we initiated in order to develop them. This closed loop of environmental destruction is mirrored in the relational processes taking place in these photographic manipulations, and illustrates the limitations to technology’s spatial and semiological cognizance and decision making, and the limitations of our shared agency as actants in our environments.
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Collin is a San Francisco Bay Area artist, poet, and academic. He received his BA from The Evergreen State College with a focus in Critical Geography and Relational Aesthetics, and his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute with a focus in painting, photography, and new genres. His work broadly examines how human relationships with non-human objects and technologies inform the ideologies that produce the spaces we inhabit.
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