Exploring the Surreal World of “Stroking an Invisible Horse”
Lose yourself in the magical world of “Stroking an Invisible Horse,” a captivating oil painting by Cornelia Es Said. The painting features a woman with long, flowing black hair standing in a field, her hand outstretched as if she’s feeding an unseen world. Behind her, a large beige blob dominates the background, its meaning and purpose unknown. The use of muted colors and intricate patterns adds to the dreamlike quality of the image, inviting the viewer to step into a world beyond our own.
This painting is part of the larger “RE:SET” project, a unique collaboration between human artist Cornelia Es Said and AI artist Midjourney.
Discovering the Limitless Potential of Human-AI Collaboration
Through the “RE:SET” project, we’re invited to explore a world where the line between human and AI creativity blurs. The collaboration between the artistic vision of Cornelia Es Said and the creative ingenuity of ChatGPT and Midjourney pushes the boundaries of what’s possible when the human mind collaborates with the artificial. Each stroke of the brush and each line of code come together to create something truly magical.
The woman’s serene expression in “Stroking an Invisible Horse” suggests a moment of peace and connection with an unseen world, reminding us that there is more to our reality than what meets the eye.
Experience the Magic of “RE:SET”
The “RE:SET” project is more than just a collection of NFTs on the Cardano blockchain. It’s a journey of discovery, a chance to see what happens when the creative ingenuity of humans merges with the power of AI. By exploring this collection, you’ll be inspired by the limitless potential of human-AI collaboration. Each piece invites you to experience something new and unexpected. So come and immerse yourself in a world of wonder and possibility, where the boundaries between human and artificial creativity are redefined. Don’t just come to buy an NFT, come to be captivated by the beauty and creativity that arises from the meeting of human and artificial minds.
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