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Karla Ortiz (& Friends) and Dave McKean On AI


Arnie Fenner

Conversations—both pro and con, both worried and curious—have continued over the past few months about AI images generated through "scraping" prompts and we've already discussed it a little bit here on Muddy Colors. Still, there are many, many unanswered questions and legitimate concerns about the overarching legality of how these things are doing what they do along with the potential financial impact on commerical artists in every industry. Everyone is trying to figure out just…

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Immersive Art: Rone – TIME


Rovina Cai

December 3, 2022 - Last week I had the chance to see a rather unique exhibition, so I thought I’d write a bit about it here. Rone is a Melbourne based street artist who creates site-specific work in the form of murals and installations, often transforming abandoned buildings into immersive works of art that visitors can walk through and explore. His latest exhibition - TIME - takes over a disused space in Flinders Street Station, one of Melbourne’s main train stations.   There are a series of abandoned rooms on the third floor of the train station, which over the years has been used as offices, classrooms, and there's even a ballroom. The station was built in 1910, and these rooms were in use until the mid 80s. The space has become somewhat of a local legend; almost every…

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