Deep Blue was the name of the first computer system to defeat a reigning chess champion.Released by IBM in 1997, it optimised the alpha-beta search algorithm (the same type of search that is still used by many conventional computer engines today) and is now one of the earliest examples of the partnership that would develop between Artificial Intelligence and high-performancecomputing. The name of the computer is at the core of the conceptual framework for this exhibition.
Aubrey Miller, Gary Cartlidge, Glass Crane, Hipworth, Jake-Andrew, Lamia Eda Kula,
Martha Fiennes, Stanislav Bartnikas, Tomas Mujica, Zam
Rich in its hue and almost tangible, deep blue is a colour of trust, confidence and wisdom. It also commands power and authority. The artworks in this exhibition will embody the emotion of the colour blue, which symbolises calmness, stability and strength. Artworks will also explore the link that blue has towards breaking boundaries, frontiers and being at the cutting edge. Just as IBM chose the name Deep Blue for their super-intelligent chess-playing computer, ‘Deep Blue’ is conceptually interesting to symbolise the vastness of intelligence between machine and man and what that means for our future.
About MORROW collective
MORROW collective, founded in March 2021, builds the bridge between traditional art and crypto art by hosting virtual exhibitions of individually curated single edition NFT artworks and linking collectors to their physical counterparts. Comprising a team of professionals with deep experience in traditional contemporary art, cryptoart, curation, editorial, marketing, communications and technology, MORROW provides a premium service for existing galleries and artists. MORROW collective are owners of multiple gallery spaces across the most sought after and exclusive metaverse platforms and collectors with an extensive portfolio including some of the world’s leading crypto artists.
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