aurèce vettier is an artistic collective founded by Paul Mouginot and Anis Gandoura in 2019. The collective aims at understanding how relevant and meaningful interactions with machines and algorithms can be achieved, in order to push the boundaries of creative processes.
« The works we produce are the result of a number of forth-and-back trips between the “real” space that we all share, where we can draw, paint, sculpt, break, erase; and the “data” space, where we can play with more dimensions than we can cope with. In this data space, which can involve AI algorithms or heavy mathematical processing we expand the possibilities, explore new forms that we can project back in reality. We then provide new propositions, at the cost of accepting to lose a little bit of information when projecting back in the real space.«
Interview for Cueva Gallery
Experimentation -both physical and digital- is crucial in the collective’s practice, as well as the idea of creating bridges or taking part to exchanges and collaborations.
Born in 1988, Anis is an engineer and graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (France) and HEC in 2013. He is an expert in artificial intelligence and neural networks engineering. Paul was born in 1990, he is an engineer and graduated from CentraleSupélec (France) and ESCP-Europe in 2014. He has been contributing to the art section of Purple Diary since 2013.
aurèce vettier members are part of La Méditerranée, an exhibition-oriented research group. They live and work in Paris, France.
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