Artificial Intelligence

Personal AI model creation for artists. Open call now accepting applications

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Durer.ai is excited to announce an open call for artists of all mediums to join our online platform. Our platform allows you to train your own personal AI model to generate images in your unique artistic style. These models can serve as a source of inspiration for your creative work and, on our platform, you can even sell access to your model and earn money each time it's used.

Our team of engineers is dedicated to helping artists harness the power of AI. You don't need to know how to code to create your model. Selected artists will work with our engineers to develop the model they envision and bring it to life.

Participation in our open call is free for artists. We're building a community of pioneering artists to create personal models and inspire others to join us.

Not sure if AI is a tool for you? Here are some examples of how members of our artistic community use their models:

  • An illustrator used a model to generate sketches in her style for inspiration.
  • A cartoon illustrator trained a model to help her commission satirical cartoons for a daily newspaper.
  • A jewelry designer used a model to iterate and find new concepts when experiencing creative block.
  • A tattoo artist trained a model to create tattoo images in her style, allowing her clients to generate unique designs.
  • A fine artist used a model to develop a series of paintings on a specific theme.

If you're interested in learning more about how AI can help traditional artists and crafts people, join our artistic community at durer.ai and we'll be in touch!

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28/February/2023

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The State of Interim

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A symposium on A.I. bundling diverse positions on from artists, researchers and beyond.

The Symposium will take part over three consecutive days,
during the 27th / 28th / 29th of May. The participating positions
will be bundled into three individual blocks, one for each day of
the event.

We are happy to present to you our diverse and international
program which combines artistic, theoretical and research
focussed positions and presentations.

We are looking forward to a dense weekend full of talks, dialogues
and discussions on AI, art, computing, coding, aesthetic theoriy,
performative practice and many more topics and intersections.

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The State of Interim

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The STATE OF INTERIM defines a halting moment, an in-between, in a continuous march of time. A temporal intervention that aims to instill a space for investigating present artifacts that readily hold the potential configurations of futures. Through a close engagement of our present, we wish to topple the superficially dystopian narratives that lay claim to articulate future modes of technology & human existence.

By initiating the STATE OF INTERIM we aim to assemble a set of young perspectives that provide a point of departure for the formation of new prospective horizons.

​The framework laid out by the STATE OF INTERIM is intended to stage an open setting with a particular emphasis on transdisciplinarity. We therefore encourage a wide spectrum of applications, ranging from theoretical to practical and artistic positions. The STATE OF INTERIM will culminate in the format of an online symposium in which a range of positions will be given the time to present themselves and to enter into conversation. To ensure an appreciative space for every presenting person, we will remain flexible and adapt the final structure of the symposium in accordance with the participating positions.

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15/April/2022

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CoLab Techart Fellowship

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This CoLab TechArt Fellowship is inspired by Jaaga & BeFantastic.in’s resolve to grow the community of techartists and foster creative engagement in leading digital technologies. The Fellowship is offered online and is directed to aspiring techart practitioners from any discipline of art and design. In the challenges of the times, we present the CoLab Fellowship as online program that opens the doors to exciting possibilities in international collaborations.

Supported by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore and British Council’s Architecture and Design Festivals and Biennales grant, this edition of the CoLab Fellowship creates a bridge between Germany, South Asia, UK & India. It is a unique  opportunity for a community of hand-picked international fellows to use the limitations of the current moment to explore and showcase collaborative learning and making with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies. Over a two week period we will spend time synchronously four hours daily, working and dialoging with peers and experts who come in as trainers, provocateurs and facilitators. 

 

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30/September/2020

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