Medium: Glass beads, embroidery, leaf metal, fluorescent acrylic on canvas
Size of work: 130 x 70 cmEnquire Whatsapp
The artwork shows a deep learning model aiming for a positive output. The input layer shows a coordinate of the random sampling Singapore project and was used to feed the algorithm. Coordinate 73 – where musician Claudia Huang was playing – random notes – with a viola on Changi beach which was transformed into an electronic embroidery. The processed data gets transmitted into strings which are pulled through the canvas to form hidden layers in which the magic takes place and leads to a positive output.
About the Artist
In addition to her art practice, 白提山 (Bettina Schleier) was a conservator for numerous museums, heritage boards, institutions and private sectors in the last 15 years. Her journey has brought her to various places in Europe, Africa and Asia. She was also involved in multiple endeavours, from mural and monument preservation to archaeology, anthropology and contemporary art conservation. 白 is driven by her strong sense of curiosity in conservation science. She seeks to channel that spirit and her obsession for research into her own artworks and share her passion to a wider audience.