Refik ANADOL (designer)<br />
 REFIK ANADOL STUDIO, Los Angeles (design studio)<br/>
<em>Quantum memories</em> (2020) <!-- () --><br />

interactive colour digital animation, four-channel sound<br />
1015.0 x 1020.0 x 250.0 cm (variable) (installation)<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Purchased with funds donated by Loti & Victor Smorgon Fund and Barry Janes and Paul Cross, 2021<br />
2021.18<br />
© Refik Anadol. Photo: Tom Ross
NGVWA Presents

2024 Annual Lecture

ARTificial: The Use of AI in Art


NGVWA Presents: 2024 Annual Lecture

Tue 27 Aug 2024, 6–8pm
NGV International
180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Enter via the North Foyer (opposite Arts Centre Forecourt)

What is artificial intelligence (AI) and how is it being used in the creative sector? This year’s NGVWA Annual Lecture will see two digital leaders in their respective fields discuss AI’s various forms, ethical considerations, accessibility and collaborations within the art world. The evening will also include discussion around the cultural impact of advanced technology in the creative sector and its potential long-term implications – both good and bad.

6pm Presentation in Clemenger BBDO Auditorium
7pm Drinks and canapés in the Garden Restaurant

$150 (no GST)
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Rachael Neumann, technology investor
Neumann is a co-founder and partner of Flying Fox Ventures, an early-stage investment firm supporting Australian and New Zealand founders with global ambition. She plays across many parts of the startup ecosystem, previously as Head of Startups in Australia & New Zealand for Amazon Web Services and prior to that, Managing Director of Eventbrite ANZ. Matching her passion for startups is her love for modern art, and she proudly serves on the Council of Trustees for the NGV.

Sam Leach, artist
Leach’s works are informed by the canon of art history, science, and philosophy. His work is an ongoing investigation of the relationship between humans, machines and animals. Leach’s most recent bodies of work incorporate machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) fusing the tropes and gestures of paintings with the mechanics and gaze of the future. He is currently an artist-in-residence at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra, researching how AI might activate museological collections within a social context.

Mutual Trust

Mutual Trust

The NGVWA is a group of volunteers who fundraise through events to support the NGV Collection.