NonAnoN art videos were created between 2000 and 2022. The recent one is done by artificial intelligence and human editing. For the yearly exhibition of the art association near Munich together with his son I composed images on the topic of “great gesture” with the ambient music he is publishing on sound cloud. He is there with his music under the name of “element”.
Boys don’t cry – AI Variations of art
The engaging film titled “NonAnoN Boys Don’t Cry AI VideoArt” investigates the convergence between art and artificial intelligence. The movie presents reinterpretations of a single piece of artwork that were created by AI and presented in a range of various artistic styles. These genres include Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, and many others.
Throughout the course of the video, the artwork that was generated by AI shifts and mutates in mesmerising ways, with each new composition masterfully capturing the essence of the original piece in a way that is both distinctive and compelling. The use of AI technology to the process of creating these variants enables a degree of experimentation and inventiveness that is not only thrilling but also thought-provoking.
Fynn is a great newbie on Spotify whose tracks are soulful and introspective, and the video is matched to his music. The tunes are a fantastic compliment to the visual art that is being displayed. The use of Fynn’s music in conjunction with the artwork produced by AI produces a genuinely immersive experience that is certain to capture viewers and leave them with a greater respect for the boundless potential of both art and technology.
In general, “NonAnoN Boys Don’t Cry AI VideoArt” is something that everyone who is interested in the convergence of art and technology should absolutely check out. It is also a monument to the limitless creative potential and potential of the human imagination.
Große Geste – Artificial Intelligence AIArt Video
This video was composed for the exhibition 2022 in the art association Ebersberg and consists of pictures created by AI. They were put together with the music of Finn and first shown in December 2022.
Artificial Intelligence Video AI – grosse Gesten
Grosse Geste (Big guesture) is a composition of 121 AI-generated images created for the yearly member exhibition of the art association Ebersberg by Björn Nonhoff with the music composed by Finn Nonhoff.
Researching AI and it’s ability to create art these 121 images were created by the App Wonder on a smartphone. The unlimited possibilities of AI in art creation were like a mind blowing experience in the beginning. It was both – inspiring and shocking. Most of all because of the quality and broad spectrum that the results were showing.
Instead of getting to transform some of the produced pictures into a painting, they were combined into a video collage. The viewer can have his own experience in a short time. Speeding up the sequence into a hypnotic loop the video is ending.
My son is into mixing and composing since a few years and he kindly gave a selection of his compositions. The ambient music is a cosy match, creating and supporting this experience. You may visit his profile named element on SoundCloud and enjoy or support him. Even if he mentioned SoundCloud is dead.
I decided to shape another rule and publish the video on 7th of November 2022 before the exhibition, to make it more accessible. On YouTube it is rated 18+ as the computer generated some naked pixels as images. So here is the vimeo link of the ai generated video installation as well.
As AI will have an impact and this picture and video possibilities mark just the beginning state of the technology visible and tangible it is important to take care of this development. We again are challenged to use it wisely and there are tremendous ethic topics which really should not be ruled by pure business decisions and consider humans, beings, our environment as values worth protecting and wisely connecting with. As we all already are.
but enough words – which I am sure – AI could have formulated much better and click effectively. The tool for supporting me in writing the AI press articles for the exhibition is neuroflash.
Here the vimeo linkt to the AI art video Grosse Geste – https://vimeo.com/776093303
Here a link to the AI art video Grosse Geste – https://youtu.be/htQDodUejvk
An interesting article on artificial intelligence in art – it is in german language –
Muse and Museums – Art Video of Bienale, Tate Modern
A 10 minute video on different views of museums, installations and video art, including the biennale Venice. A video collage shot with my smartphone and combined with different slices and reals I found on my memory. It was selected by a professional jury and had its premier in 2018 at the yearly exhibition.
stunning Video Installation – Muses and Museums
Welcome to the amazing video art installation showcasing sights from museums all throughout Europe! This magnificent work of art captures the soul of some of the world’s most famous and revered institutions, bringing viewers on a trip through the world of art.
The films were shot in 2017 and 2018, and they depict various situations from 10 major museums around Europe. This video art project displays some of the world’s most spectacular and awe-inspiring institutions, from the Tate Modern in London to the Haus der Kunst in Munich.
This video art installation captures moments that are both intriguing and thought-provoking. They highlight the beauty of each museum, the art items housed within them, and the varied spectrum of tourists that come to see the exhibitions.
The Galleries, Neue Pinakothek, Hypo Kunsthalle, and Brandhorst museum in Munich are among the museums included in this artwork. These museums are well-known for their beautiful architecture and excellent art collections. The video art installation also includes footage from the 2017 Venice Biennale, Stockholm’s Moderna Museet, Salzburg’s MoMUk, and Vienna’s Mumik.
The video art installation honours the art world and the importance that museums play in protecting and disseminating art. It captures the thrill and energy of a museum visit and enables visitors to interact with the art in a fresh and inventive way.
This video art installation is not to be missed if you enjoy art or simply want to experience something really unique and engaging. Visit it to experience the beauty and awe of these amazing museums as caught on video.
Here you see the art videos of Björn Nonhoff