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Steve DiPaola

Steve DiPaola  (Canada/USA)
Locked in interdimensions, approx. 3ft x 4.6ft.
I write AI and computational code that models distinct cognitive human creative processes (as modules) – and use these modules in an open iterative process both to create new forms and to painterly render the results

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@steve.dipaola

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Steve DiPaola

Steve DiPaola  (Canada/USA)
Ghosts in the machine #1, approx. 3ft x 4.5ft.
I write AI and computational code that models distinct cognitive human creative processes (as modules) – and use these modules in an open iterative process both to create new forms and to painterly render the results

dipaola.org/art 
@steve.dipaola

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Steve DiPaola

Steve DiPaola  (Canada/USA)
Rubber gang, approx. 3ft x 4ft.
I write AI and computational code that models distinct cognitive human creative processes (as modules) – and use these modules in an open iterative process both to create new forms and to painterly render the results

dipaola.org/art 
@steve.dipaola

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Steve DiPaola

Steve DiPaola  (Canada/USA)
Time stops, approx. 3ft x 3ft.
I write AI and computational code that models distinct cognitive human creative processes (as modules) – and use these modules in an open iterative process both to create new forms and to painterly render the results

dipaola.org/art 
@steve.dipaola

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Steve DiPaola

Steve DiPaola  (Canada/USA)
The totem, the ghost, and the trojan horse, approx. 4ft x 6ft.
I write AI and computational code that models distinct cognitive human creative processes (as modules) – and use these modules in an open iterative process both to create new forms and to painterly render the results

dipaola.org/art 
@steve.dipaola

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