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Georg Eckmayr


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  1. The Viennese Georg Eckmayr is an artist, researcher and lecturer. He specialises in moving imagery, films and installations in space or in form of coded structures to produce a body of work, coming full circle despite its multi-formity. 
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UNTITLED
ME





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■ Forging my new identity. Now it gets (un)personal. I used a machine to forge myself a new identity. The machine (DALL-E) interpreted some of my personal documents, from legal to private. 

- Installation C-Prints
- Participatory Configuration
- NFT

I used a machine, a so called Artificial Intelligence, trained to generate pictures autonomously to forge myself a new identity. First I selected documents, from legal to private ones, to function as blueprints for the forgeries. The machine interpreted these in terms of its training data, which it pulled from the open internet. Therefore my new identity is similar to my old one, but filtered by visual patterns the machine learned from the internet.
There will also be a pure digital version minted on tezos (NFT).



UNTITLED ME – Passport, 2022
30 x 40 cm, Private Documents, Machine Learning, Ink-Jet Print


UNTITLED ME – My Diagnosis 1-3, 2022 A4, Private Documents, Machine Learning, Ink-Jet Print

UNTITLED ME – Me and my Son (Version 23.21), 2022 A4, Private Documents, Machine Learning, Ink-Jet Print

UNTITLED ME – Our Holidays 1-3 (Version x.21), 2022 A4, Private Documents, Machine Learning, Ink-Jet Print
UNTITLED ME – Plastic Money 1-3, 2022 A4, Private Documents, Machine Learning, Ink-Jet Print



■ Participatory Configuration
Participatory configuration questioning originality versus statistical mean. AI forgeries of documents of all kinds (driver's license, passbook, or vacation photo) will be fabricated. In this way, a wall full of statistical approximations of an audience that may have been present is created.