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ZENI. LLC Toru Sawamura AI art exhibition “Assault Love Girl” will be held at Shinjuku Marui Main Building from April 2nd (Tuesday)

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Toru Sawamura AI art exhibition “Assault Love Girl” will be held at Shinjuku Marui Main Building from April 2nd (Tuesday)
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ZENI LLC will be holding an AI art exhibition “Charge Love Girl” by Toru Sawamura, who is active as a photographer and writer, on the 8th floor of Shinjuku Marui Main Building from April 2nd. (In charge of planning and operation at ZENI LLC)
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/86700/7/resize/d86700-7-9d5d380ee2c1220b5280-7.jpg&s3=86700-7-60bb5fd5a60e9c55f136f681155a474a-1909×2700.jpg] Toru Sawamura, who is active as a photographer and writer, will be holding his first AI art exhibition “Charge Love Girl” from April 2nd at the Shinjuku Marui Main Building. This exhibition is an illustration exhibition using generative AI. Using ChatGPT-4 (and DALL∙E 3), which can generate illustrations in natural language, approximately 80 illustrations written in words will be exhibited. This is a conceptual art piece that takes full advantage of my writing skills as a writer and my expressive abilities as a photographer.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/86700/7/resize/d86700-7-09bf8a66acea95fe5980-0.jpg&s3=86700-7-e15c5ea726dd5210adda924f83e8f14d-3476×2455.jpg] ●Work summary (excerpt from statement)
A crowd is a collection of individuals. As the number increases, individuals become less visible, and a crowd with a single orientation emerges. Originally, no matter how much an individual increases, it remains an individual. Why do we lose our individuality when we become a crowd? This relationship between individuals and crowds was expressed using generative AI. This work is an illustration created by generative AI.
We gave the generation AI (Ch atGPT-4 and DALL∙E 3) the instruction, “High school girl rushing into love,” to express an expanding crowd while preserving individual details. A visible crowd. The fact that we were able to express this seemingly impossible image is largely due to the advantages of generative AI: ephemerality and repeatability. A drawing tool that allows you to draw pictures using the word generative AI. We want you to experience the new visual expressions created by this unique existence.
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[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/86700/7/resize/d86700-7-32c392bc15cbf78d3601-1.jpg&s3=86700-7-83cbbc977499c9c67018bace4f249c52-3476×2455.jpg]
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/86700/7/resize/d86700-7-bca2fc7a4f0f353aa537-4.jpg&s3=86700-7-36eed0fda82c53037eb2546003ee1480-3670×2096.jpg]
[Image 7: https://prtimes.jp/i/86700/7/resize/d86700-7-3e20df806b467f48c1de-5.jpg&s3=86700-7-9e1deeb25a42a65fe9b6a8f2815cbb35-3670×2096.jpg] ●About Toru Sawamura
Born in 1968. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Hosei University. He has been active in the camera photography industry for many years as an authority on old lenses, and has published over 20 books on old lenses. In 2009, he held Japan’s first digital infrared photography exhibition, “Black Morning,” and the work was nominated for the Photographic Association of Japan’s Newcomer Award. This is Toru Sawamura’s first attempt at producing works using illustrations.
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More details about this release:
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