CIRCLE-24 presents Rubèn GORDÉ

One thing that can be said of Ruben Gordé is that he is not an ordinary photographer. He does the most complicated things simply. He uses the camera, dark room, special effedts and graphics. He controls the objects, lighting, lasers and models all for producing an image of unique style. Not an ordinary style. It is the style of Ruben Gordé and no-one else.
Art First, (Europe)

CIRCLE-24 presents Rubèn GORDÉ El Teatro
Rubèn Gordé 'El Teatro'


Rubén Gordé ha creado un mundo fantasmagórico, que le pertenece. Por eso es un gran artista, que ordena formas y colores, claros y oscuros, hasta ahora no vistos. Las personas y las cosas están encaradas como un puzzle poético, que Gordé, con magia ilusionista, compone y descompone, armoniosamente, para nosotros. La serie ‘El Teatro’ es una de las pruebas más categóricas de que la fotografía puede ser una de las grandes artes del espacio, siempre que detrás de la cimera, y en la alquimia de luces y de sombras del laboratorio haya un espíritu creador.
Guido Castillo, Caja de Madrid (Spain)

tags: Circle-24, Ruben Gordé, el Teatro, Argentina

'WATER'-een kunstprojekt: Zeilen op de Atlantische Oceaan

    nederlandse tekst:

2 boekjes en een 'Memory Game' vormen samen een promotie set voor een internationale fotografie tentoonstelling over WATER. De boekjes -of reisjournalen- zijn handgemaakt en handgebonden, verpakt in een hoesje met een originele zeekaart zoals die is gebruikt tijdens de zeiltocht met de 'Gemini'.

De 2 boekjes bevatten achtergrondinformatie over de plaatsen, geschiedenis, die wij hebben aangedaan. Het eerste boekje gaat over de zeiltocht van Simonstown in Zuid Afrika naar Fortaleza in Brazilië. Het tweede boekje gaat over de tocht van Sint Maarten in de Cariben naar Nederland.

De 'Memory Game' (ter 'leering ende vermaeck') is net als de twee boekjes door nummers verbonden met een website waar alle gegevens van het onderzoek, wat is gedaan voor het project, op staan.

    english text:

WATER -an art project

2 long sailing trips on the Atlantic Ocean were the reason for my fascination with WATER, ocean and discovery and the start of a thorough research. Project's aim is an exhibition of art photography which will travel the world and a book "SAIl- around the world in 80 pages"

2 booklets and a 'Memory Game' form together the promotion pack for this project. They are handmade, handbound and packed together in a case with a jacket made from an original nautical chart as used during our voyage with sailing yacht 'Gemini'.

The first booklet 'South Atlantic Ocean' gives more information about countries and places we visited from Simonstown in South Africa to Fortaleza in Brazil.

The second booklet 'North Atlantic Ocean'', covers Sint Maarten in the Caribbean to the Netherlands and has also more information about our living ocean as an environment.

The 'Memory Game' will test your memory and knowledge about some of the topics from the project.

Numbers in the book link directly to a website with much more information (www.water-artproject.com/resources.html). Because of the size of this webpage it may be easier to download a pdf file here: www.WATER-artproject.com/water-artproject-resources.pdf

Detailed information about the actual sailing can be found on these two websites: 2014sail2015.wordpress.com (English) and www.sy-gemini.nl (in Dutch).

The Art Photography has been created in such a way -by layered printing, combining images and unique techniques- that the works become 3-dimensional. they all measure 120 x 70 cm., framed and packed in flight cases, ready to travel the world!

For more information please contact:

Robert Schilder
Turkeye 6
4508PB WATERLANDKERKJE
The Netherlands
+31-6-21138318
robertschilder@gmail.com

AI & Phot. part I: Computer vision, human senses, and language of art

"What is the most important reason for using Computer Vision methods in humanities research? In this article, I argue that the use of numerical representation and data analysis methods offers a new language for describing cultural artifacts, experiences and dynamics. The human languages such as English or Russian that developed rather recently in human evolution are not good at capturing analog properties of human sensorial and cultural experiences. These limitations become particularly worrying if we want to compare thousands, millions or billions of artifacts—i.e. to study contemporary media and cultures at their new twenty-first century scale. When we instead use numerical measurements of image properties standard in Computer Vision, we can better capture details of a single artifact as well as visual differences between a number of artifacts–even if they are very small. The examples of visual dimensions that numbers can capture better then languages include color, shape, texture, contours, composition, and visual characteristics of represented faces, bodies and objects. The methods of finding structures and relationships in large numerical datasets developed in statistics and machine learning allow us to extend this analysis to very big datasets of cultural objects. Equally importantly, numerical image features used in Computer Vision also give us a new language to represent gradual and continuous temporal changes—something which natural languages are also bad at. This applies to both single artworks such as a film or a dance piece (describing movement and rhythm) and also to changes in visual characteristics in millions of artifacts over decades or centuries".
Manovich, Lev (2020). Computer vision, human senses, and language of art. AI & Society. doi.org/10.1007/s00146-020-01094-9

manovich.net

tags: Computer vision, Digital humanities, Cultural analytics, Language of art, artificial intelligence, lev manevich


In the original vision of artificial intelligence (AI) in 1950s, the goal was to teach computer to perform a range of cognitive tasks. They included playing chess, solving mathematical problems, understanding written and spoken language, recognizing content of images, and so on. Today, AI (especially in the form of supervised machine learning) has become a key instrument of modern economies employed to make them more efficient and secure: making decisions on consumer loans, filtering job applications, detecting fraud, and so on.

What has been less obvious is that AI now plays an equally important role in our cultural lives, increasingly automating the realm of the aesthetic. Consider, for example, image culture. Instagram Explore screen recommends images and videos based on what we liked in the past. Artsy.net recommends the artworks similar to the one you are currently viewing on the site. All image apps can automatically modify captured photos according to the norms of "good photography." Other apps "beatify" selfies. Still other apps automatically edit your raw video to create short films in the range of styles. The App The Roll from EyeEm automatically rates aesthetic quality of you photos (...)

Does such automation leads to decrease in cultural diversity over time? For example, does automatic edits being applied to user photos leads to standardization of “photo imagination”? As opposed to guessing or just following our often un-grounded intuitions, can we use AI methods and large samples of cultural data to measure quantitatively diversity and variability in contemporary culture, and track how they are changing over time?

manovich.net/index.php/projects/automating-aesthetics-artificial-intelligence-and-image-culture

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gar0001 PCS Arsat H 1:2,8 35mm Shift Lens


gar0002 teaset from the Orient


gar0003 Linhof folding camera


gar0004 extension rail Sinar


gar0005 Broncolor backgroundprojector


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gar0007 STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY: the Banaras files


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gar0012 CIRCLE-24


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aerial disk


Prefer Electret Condensor Microphone


link to Background stock phot.


Photography for Sale booklet


gar0021 “Your Advertisement could be here!!”


gar0022 WATER-project: “2 handbound travel Journals and a Memory Game”


stock photos of Architecture


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the Awareness files


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Hosemaster Light painting equipment (sold)


Broncolor extension cable


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wooden camera from Chor Bazaar


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Boroncolor Flashmeter


lamp draai kop broncolor vatting


black lampstand


Broncolor Pulso Flooter (sold)


Kodak Photo CD


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Digital Photography Contest


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Swiss 'CAMERA' magazine


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set lampen Impakt Expert Kit


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Kostiner vergrotingsbord


‘Respect! Forms Of Community. Contemporary Art


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Charles Rennie Mackintosh


Quote magazine


Ryszard Horowitz calendar 1999


Stones in the Road, Photographs of Peru


CONSTANT: New Babylon, Aan ons de vrijheid


Crafts reforming in Kyoto (1910-1940)


Boymans van Beuninegen


Toni Meneguzzo 'Seduzioni'


Friesland is ..


Pour une histoire de la photographie en Belgique


Paul GRAHAM "New Europe"


Advertising Photography in Japan 6


Lancome


Krzysztof Sroda photographies


Schatzhaüser der Photographie"


Stray dogs


BANARAS, city of Gods, heart of India


Picturing modernity


Ryszard Horowitz


The Awards 25


The Awards 24


Hugo Erfürth, Photograph zwischen Tradition und Moderne


Photographers on photography


the Red River


Tokyo, a city perspective


50 Years modern color photography / 50 Jahre moderne Farbfotografie 1936-1986.


Alfred Stieglitz & Yazuso Nojima


Germaine Krull, Avantgarde als Abenteuer


Fotografie als Kunst


Das Endlose Rad


Pour la Liberté de la Presse


My World PH-KLM


Tank Issue #5, July 1999


La Hollande


Seasons of Light, images of Ontario


Photographers photographed


Europe


Notations in Passing


4x the IMAGE


My experiences in colour photography


Slides, planning and producing slide programs


Entre deux


Photoshop 5.0


Edward Weston, his life


Frantisek Drtikol, art-deco photographer


La Danse


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Aditi: The Living Arts of India

BOEKEN: ‘Oeververbindingen’
gar0177 BOEKEN: ‘Oeververbindingen’


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gar0180 BOOKS: Special effects Photography


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gar0184 BOEKEN: Beeldschermtypografie


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gar0189 BOOKS: ‘Into the Silent Land’


gar0190 BOOKS: ‘the photography of Sunmi Smart Cole’


gar0191 BOEKEN: ‘Bericht 3’


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gar0193 LIVRES: "Propos sur la Photographie"


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gar0195 BOOKS: Carleton WATKINS, 'the Art of Perception'


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gar0207 Magnum Zukunft ohne Stil


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gar0223 'the Bauhaus in Calcutta' An Encounter of the Cosmopolitan Avant-Garde


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gar0225 BOEKEN: Ommuurde dromen


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gar0229 BOOKS: ‘How to run a successful design company’ Marcello MINALE


gar0230 BOOKS: Paolo Gioli fotografie, dipinti, grafica, film


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Fotografia Buffa


gar0234 Gift package with 5 Discovery / Sailing Related Artcards


gar0235 WATER Art Project: 2 handmade / handbound travel journals and a Memory Game


gar0236 BOEKEN: Reproduktiefotografie


gar0237 Brassaï Paris Taschen


gar0238 BOEKEN: Mijn Roofvogels, Rob BIJLSMA


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