Frank Bueltge, an innovative artist and thinker, has just released his latest masterpiece, “The Unbounded Mind.” With this work, Bueltge continues to explore the intersections between art, technology, science, and philosophy. He has trained large language models, neural networks, and used big data to create a mesmerizing visual experience.
The Unbounded Mind is a large-scale interactive art installation. At the center of the piece is a large, three-dimensional cube made of metal and glass. The cube is filled with light and shadow, and changes in response to the viewer’s movements. As the viewer moves around the cube, its shape and color shifts, creating a unique visual experience. The installation also features a series of interactive screens that display images and text related to the themes of technology, science, and philosophy.
Bueltge’s work is inspired by the writings of French philosopher Gilles Deleuze. Deleuze’s concept of the “virtual” is reflected in the ever-changing nature of The Unbounded Mind. As the viewer moves around the cube, it is continually in flux, creating a unique and unpredictable visual experience. In this way, Bueltge’s artwork is a celebration of Deleuze’s philosophy of the virtual and its implications for art, technology, and science.
The Unbounded Mind is a must-see for anyone interested in art, philosophy, and technology. For those who want to explore Bueltge’s earlier work, click here.