Author Archives: Suk Kyoung Choi

About Suk Kyoung Choi

artist / researcher

“The (de) situated subjective: a cognitive autoethnography of ‘the New York School’” in Journal of Visual Art Practice (2022)

Published online: 19 May 2022 “The (de) situated subjective: a cognitive autoethnography of ‘the New York School’” is published in the Journal of Visual Art Practice. You can access the paper here. ABSTRACT In this article I initiate an inquiry

“The (de) situated subjective: a cognitive autoethnography of ‘the New York School’” in Journal of Visual Art Practice (2022)

Published online: 19 May 2022 “The (de) situated subjective: a cognitive autoethnography of ‘the New York School’” is published in the Journal of Visual Art Practice. You can access the paper here. ABSTRACT In this article I initiate an inquiry

The Reflective Machine (© SK Choi 2019)

The Reflective Machine (Choi 2019) is a ‘neural painting’ using an AI convolutional neural network to algorithmically -and agonistically- manipulate and blend natural world derived style palettes with technical imagery I capture in my “compositional journeys” around the image space

The Reflective Machine (© SK Choi 2019)

The Reflective Machine (Choi 2019) is a ‘neural painting’ using an AI convolutional neural network to algorithmically -and agonistically- manipulate and blend natural world derived style palettes with technical imagery I capture in my “compositional journeys” around the image space

“Artistic Style Meets Artificial Intelligence” in Journal of Perceptual Imaging (2021)

Co-authored paper with Steve DiPaola and Hannu Töyrylä is available online at https://library.imaging.org/jpi/articles/4/2/art00003. The images below show some of the style-transfer study process from images in the paper. Figure 1. Content Style Figure 1 shows a mapping of content against

“Artistic Style Meets Artificial Intelligence” in Journal of Perceptual Imaging (2021)

Co-authored paper with Steve DiPaola and Hannu Töyrylä is available online at https://library.imaging.org/jpi/articles/4/2/art00003. The images below show some of the style-transfer study process from images in the paper. Figure 1. Content Style Figure 1 shows a mapping of content against

The Drowned World

The drowned world (2019), oil on board, 3 panels 24″ x 8″ each

The Drowned World

The drowned world (2019), oil on board, 3 panels 24″ x 8″ each

[video] The Trance Machine (2019), presented at ICCV in Seoul (Korea).

  The Trance Machine explores the liminal border between awareness and context. Starting from the idea that every image is a composition of successively smaller images, an ever-changing manifold of frames within frames, the artists’ vision holds a tacit conversation

[video] The Trance Machine (2019), presented at ICCV in Seoul (Korea).

  The Trance Machine explores the liminal border between awareness and context. Starting from the idea that every image is a composition of successively smaller images, an ever-changing manifold of frames within frames, the artists’ vision holds a tacit conversation

When Schwitters Met Trump, (2017) is showing at ECCV in Munich, Germany

When Schwitters Met Trump, (2017) is showing at the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV, 2018) in Munich, Germany.   The link to the work is here: https://computervisionart.com/pieces/when-schwitters-met-trump/. If you are interested in seeing more art work using deep learning there are other

When Schwitters Met Trump, (2017) is showing at ECCV in Munich, Germany

When Schwitters Met Trump, (2017) is showing at the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV, 2018) in Munich, Germany.   The link to the work is here: https://computervisionart.com/pieces/when-schwitters-met-trump/. If you are interested in seeing more art work using deep learning there are other

[video] The Merz Variations no. 1 – “When Schwitters met Trump”

The Merz Variations (2018) are a series of neural network experiments in convolutional image blending. Using a combination of ‘style transfer’ and Deep Dream, the video slowly increments the influence of the Deep Dream algorithm on the blending of an

[video] The Merz Variations no. 1 – “When Schwitters met Trump”

The Merz Variations (2018) are a series of neural network experiments in convolutional image blending. Using a combination of ‘style transfer’ and Deep Dream, the video slowly increments the influence of the Deep Dream algorithm on the blending of an

“The Drowned World” series (2017)

“The Drowned World” series is an exploration of J. G. Ballard’s dystopian climate novel The Drowned World. Using AI style transfer technologies I explore this metaphor by blending the present with its potential transformation. The narrative of the drowned world

“The Drowned World” series (2017)

“The Drowned World” series is an exploration of J. G. Ballard’s dystopian climate novel The Drowned World. Using AI style transfer technologies I explore this metaphor by blending the present with its potential transformation. The narrative of the drowned world

“Guess, check and fix: a phenomenology of improvisation in ‘neural’ painting” in Digital Creativity (2018)

Published online: 22 Feb 2018 “Guess, check and fix: a phenomenology of improvisation in ‘neural’ painting” is now published in the journal Digital Creativity. You can access the paper here. ABSTRACT The parameter space offered by neural network image synthesis

“Guess, check and fix: a phenomenology of improvisation in ‘neural’ painting” in Digital Creativity (2018)

Published online: 22 Feb 2018 “Guess, check and fix: a phenomenology of improvisation in ‘neural’ painting” is now published in the journal Digital Creativity. You can access the paper here. ABSTRACT The parameter space offered by neural network image synthesis

When Schwitters Met Trump (The Picture series)

The Picture series, digital collage, made in collaboration with DL, 2017

When Schwitters Met Trump (The Picture series)

The Picture series, digital collage, made in collaboration with DL, 2017