Frank Bueltge, a renowned artist, has released his latest masterpiece, entitled “The Unbounded Mind”. This artwork is a representation of the intersections between art, technology, science, and philosophy. Bueltge’s focus is on the training of large language models, neural networks and the use of big data.
The artwork itself is a three-dimensional installation that is composed of a large, cylindrical frame made of metal and glass. Inside the frame, a complex network of interconnected wires and circuits creates a multi-dimensional web of light and shadows. The web of light and shadows is constantly shifting, creating a mesmerizing and ever-changing landscape.
The artwork explores the concept of ontology, or the study of being and existence. It is inspired by the work of post-modern philosopher Gilles Deleuze, who argued that our understanding of the world is shaped by our interactions with it. The artwork reflects this idea by creating a constantly changing landscape that is shaped by the viewer’s perception and interpretation of it.
Frank Bueltge’s “The Unbounded Mind” is a captivating and thought-provoking piece that explores the intersections between art, technology, science, and philosophy. It is a must-see for all artists, students of art, philosophy, and technology. Check out his previous piece here.