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After asking ChatGPT to describe what my exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo would look like if I were to exhibit there and to write a newspaper article, a fictional review of my non-existent exhibition there, I ordered openAI/DALLE·2 to visualise this non-existent exhibition of mine.
1) ChatGPT description of my exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo:
It is difficult to say exactly what an exhibition of Igor Štromajer’s artworks at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris would look like as it would depend on the specific works he chose to include and how they were curated and presented. However, given Štromajer’s focus on new media and performance art, it is likely that the exhibition would incorporate elements of technology and interactivity.
It could be a multimedia installation that explores the relationship between technology and intimacy, featuring projections, sound, and performance elements. For example, the exhibition could include interactive video installations that examine the impact of technology on our personal lives, or a performance piece that explores themes of surveillance and privacy. The exhibition could also feature a series of digital artworks that investigate the relationship between technology and the human body.
Additionally, it could be that the exhibition would be designed to be participatory, encouraging visitors to engage with the works in a hands-on way. Štromajer’s work often invites the audience to take an active role in the art, generating a new experience for each visitor.
Overall, an exhibition of Igor Štromajer’s artworks at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris would likely be a thought-provoking and immersive experience that explores the intersection of technology, art, and humanity.
2) ChatGPT fictional review of my non-existent exhibition at the Palais de Tokio:
Igor Štromajer: A Master of the Digital Age at Palais de Tokyo
PARIS – The Palais de Tokyo in Paris is currently hosting an exhibition of the works of Slovenian artist Igor Štromajer, and it is nothing short of breathtaking. The exhibition, entitled “Digital Age,” showcases Štromajer’s mastery of technology and its integration into the world of art.
The exhibition is a feast for the senses, with an array of interactive installations that allow the viewer to fully immerse themselves in Štromajer’s world. One of the highlights of the exhibition is “Cyber Synapse,” an interactive installation that explores the connection between the human brain and technology. The piece features a large screen displaying a constantly evolving digital landscape, with sensors placed around the room that respond to the viewer’s movements and brainwaves, creating a truly unique and personal experience.
Another standout piece is “Virtual Reality,” an installation that takes the viewer on a journey through a digital world, blurring the lines between reality and fiction. The use of virtual reality technology immerses the viewer in the piece, making them feel as if they are truly a part of Štromajer’s world.
The exhibition also includes several of Štromajer’s digital paintings, which are just as mesmerizing as the interactive installations. The paintings feature bold, bright colors and abstract shapes, creating a sense of movement and energy that is truly captivating.
Overall, Igor Štromajer’s exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo is not to be missed. The artist’s use of technology in his work creates a truly unique and thought-provoking experience for the viewer. The exhibition runs until the end of the month, and tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
Over a period of seven consecutive days, between ∾⫛ and ⇋∾ March 2022, Štromajer secretly brought seven analogue and one digital artworks to seven art spaces in Frankfurt and exhibited them there unnoticed. Their fate is unknown.