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Vera Savina’s solo exhibition “The Potential of AI: Can Technology Replace the Artist?”

27 April 2023 – 11 June 2023 

In the HEX cocktail bar, Rīga


In the new personal exhibition, the artist discusses how modern technologies can strengthen traditional methods of creating art and why, even at the pinnacle of artificial intelligence development, a person is a part of nature that follows its laws. The exhibition can be visited freely from April 27 to June 11, 2023, at the HEX cocktail bar at Elizabetes iela 2A.

Vera Savina has been involved in art since childhood and has a huge educational background: she started attending an art school in the 5th grade, after the 9th grade she went to the Samara School of Culture and Art, and after graduation, she enrolled at the university in the specialty of a painter-teacher.

The works from the last collection are a reflection on some topics relevant to the artist. The polyptych, consisting of 7 works, each of which is associated with one of the colors of the spectrum of visible radiation: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, light blue, violet (the colors of the rainbow), explores the combination of new technologies and art. 6 still lifes were created using Midjourney artificial intelligence generation, and one image is the result of real production. The exposition demonstrates how modern technologies can strengthen traditional craft and lead to results that cannot be achieved by traditional methods alone.

Another painting presented at the exhibition, which has no title, depicts three lambs running against a background of mountains and a starry sky. Using the technique of oil painting, Vera wills to convey the majesty of nature and its enduring beauty. This painting can be perceived as a symbol of the spiritual path that a person needs to go through before reaching his goal. The picture creates an atmosphere of calmness and safety, showing that the path may be long and difficult, but humans will always be under the protection of nature.

Vera Savina’s art catalogue

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