‘The Future of Living: Text-to-image Workshop’
A full-day workshop by Mihai Grecu, artist and film-maker
This workshop will be focused on discovering new types of images generated by artificial intelligence. You will be using text-to-image model, in which a programme based on a virtual network interprets an initial text written by the user and creates an image from this text. These images can be generated in different styles: photorealistic, pictorial, illustrative, depending on what the user has written. The possibilities are theoretically endless. The workshop will be introduced and supervised by Mihai Grecu, Romanian artist and film director based in France, working in the fields of moving image and digital arts. He is an expert in digitally processed images.
11:00–13:00 part 1
13:00–14:30 Lunch break (not provided)
14:30–16:30 part 2
At the end of the workshop day, at 6.30pm, the participants are invited to attend a performance in the Ravenstein Gallery. PLai PRAGUE, a collective of drama students and professionals from Prague, present “Prague Clockwork Cabaret” conceived of machines performed by humans. A spectacle at the intersection of art and technology.
Curated by: Dominique Moulon
Friday 2 December, 11:00 → 16:30
Bertouille RotundaRue Ravenstein 23 1000 Brussels
Level 1 ≤ 85 db
To take part in the workshop, please come with your personal laptop and laptop charger.
Find the full programme of the two days on thefutureofliving.eu and have fun generating one of the many campaign images with AI.
- Austrian Cultural Forum (Österreichisches Kulturforum)
- Czech Centre Brussels
- Embassy of Romania to Belgium
- Embassy of Slovenia to Belgium
- Embassy of Spain to Belgium (SPAIN arts & culture)
- Etxepare Basque Institute
- Instituto Cervantes
- Italian Cultural Institute
- Liszt Institute Brussels
- Permanent representation of Estonia to the European Union
- Romanian Cultural Institute Brussels
- Wallonie-Bruxelles International
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