A smart something

Artist: Jens Joneleit 

by Jens Joneleit 2018 Inkjet Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth Paper 38" by 45" (97 cm x 115 cm) The Print (matte effect) is mounted on Alu-Dibond White Aluminum Back Frame Unique € 12.000,- (includes VAT)

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by Jens Joneleit 2018 Inkjet Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth Paper 38" by 45" (97 cm x 115 cm) The Print (matte effect) is mounted on Alu-Dibond White Aluminum Back Frame Unique € 12.000,- (includes VAT)

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Artificial Intelligence (AI), nowadays is the big buzzword that causes as much excitement and fascination as much as it does cause fears. Whatever the fears may be, no doubt, AI inevitably will play an important role in future products and industries. Product developers and visionaries may already have clear and specific desires as to what they want from AI for their products. However, as the development of AI advances, it seems by analyzing first results, that for sure the entities created are artificial, yet are they indeed intelligent? 


In the project "A smart something" we are working on a collaboration reconnecting art and science to dive deeper into this subject. 

About the artist: Jens Joneleit is a painter, composer, musician, designer, innovator, screenwriter, director and writer and he is considered a multi-talented. In 2021 Joneleit "Rethought Beethoven" and completed Ludwig van Beethoven's 10th symphony, which the latter had only written down in outline before his death. It was a a commission from the German Chancellery with performances at the DeSingel in Antwerp and then at the Berlin Philharmonie. And that is just one ingenious thing in Jens Joneleits artistic life. He also invents products, paints works of art, currently Remixes of renown artworks, a project with Galerie Arimont. His entire artistic output in all genres and media is "part of the same concern," as the internationally renowned theater maker and composer Prof. Heiner Goebbels put it in a laudatory speech, comparing him to Robert Wilson. Every medium, every artistic activity, he said, is "part of an artistic whole, even if there are no direct references between the activities, which transcend the various disciplines." Joneleit's concern in all his cross-disciplinary creative fields of activity and media is to constantly re-examine them both in terms of content and aesthetics, in search of some kind of narrative and new possibilities, and it is in the midst of all these fields that innovation emerges. 

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