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Could a robot ever recreate the aura of a Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece?
This month, the internet was flooded with stunningly ethereal digital art portraits, thanks to the work of the latest artificial intelligence-assisted application to go viral: Lensa. Users uploaded their photographs to the app and then – for a small fee – it used AI to transform their profile pictures into, say, a magical elfin warrior princess … Continuer la lecture
A survey of how money has been altered or destroyed as protest and art, from the suffragettes to Banksy.
Turning recycling into an art form An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. … Continuer la lecture
Six Ways J.M.W. Turner Painted a Changing World
J.M.W. Turner may have regarded himself first and foremost as a landscape painter, but his art tells us a lot about the volatile and rapidly modernising times that he lived through. His lifelong interest in the inventions, conflicts, politics, society, culture and science of his time influenced many of his most original works and transformed … Continuer la lecture
Will English always be the global language?
Indigenous communities celebrate the Aboriginal Flag
Who is Harold Thomas, the man who created the Aboriginal flag? Posted Tue 25 Jan 2022 Harold Thomas designed the Aboriginal flag in 1970.(Supplied: David Hancock) The Aboriginal flag, for the first time, can now be freely used by all Australians. That’s because Harold Thomas, the man who designed the flag, agreed to transfer its copyright to the Commonwealth … Continuer la lecture
Banned books and digital resistance
As Calls to Ban Books Intensify, Digital Librarians Offer Perspective Posted on November 24, 2021 by Caralee Adams Image credit: Roger Nomer | The Joplin Globe From Texas to Virginia to Pennsylvania, there is a growing movement to challenge books in schools that some suggest are inappropriate for students. Concern goes beyond explicit content; it … Continuer la lecture
Scientists Know how to solve the climate crisis
Scientists have just told us how to solve the climate crisis – will the world listen? Simon LewisWed 6 Apr 2022 The new IPCC report offers not only hope, but practical solutions. Governments that have signed off on it must now act A solar power plant on Karbi tribal land in Assam state, India, February … Continuer la lecture