Price:USD $85
PERCEPT is an exploration of how computers see the world. 

The utilization of machine vision through computer’s superior object recognition, will soon revolutionize our lives through the advent of driver-less cars. However, researchers have discovered that images containing noise or minuscule patterns can easily trick machines into perceiving objects incorrectly.

I have been searching for naturally occurring scenes within the physical world that a computer will perceive as drastically different. Hundreds of photographs have been analyzed, with the computer then being tasked to visualize these scenes via simulation. Every now and again severe misinterpretations of imagery and object occur, leading to the creation of otherworldly representations. PERCEPT is an exploration of this - what does a computer really see and how does its perception of reality differ to ours?

This exclusive artwork developed for FRAMED* further progresses the processes used to create previous works Mimic and Visions, which together, have been exhibited across the UK, as well as internationally during 2017. Notable galleries to have shown these works include The Barbican (London), MUTEK Festival 2017 (Montreal), Firstsite (Colchester) and Outpost (Norwich).
Price:USD $85
Henry Driver is a UK based artist fascinated by the speed at which technology is increasingly dominating our lives, leading to the blurring of physical and virtual worlds. He creates immersive artworks that critique and communicate the issues, effects and ethics that technology causes. To create works, Driver combines a variety of mediums such as projection mapping, sculpture, sound, CGI and video, as well as creating interactive works that utilise experimental game design.

Driver has shown internationally in Berlin, Melbourne, Copenhagen, Toronto, Sydney and, most recently, in Montreal for MUTEK Festival 2017. Nationally, he has shown at Tate Liverpool, Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery and The Barbican. His videos have also been broadcast in over forty countries.

In the summer of 2014, Driver’s interactive video installation ‘Odyssey’ was selected by former Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey to be exhibited at Tate Liverpool. Following this, ‘Odyssey’ was shortlisted and exhibited in York for the global Aesthetica Art Prize 2016. Driver was then selected and published in the XL Catlin Guide 2016 “…this guide brings together art’s next big names” (Dazed and Confused Magazine, 2016).

In 2017 Driver was part of alt.barbican, a six month accelerator residency organized by The Barbican, British Council and The Trampery, for artists working at the intersection of arts and technology. Alongside this, he was also provided a research and development grant by Collusion to explore critical and innovative uses of Virtual and Augmented Reality.


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