Engine Diptych: Portrait of a Chameleon
This Diptych is of the Chameleon eating an insect, and how Engine 'sees' it.
Engine (V28) is a generative painting system that has been used to paint everything from Landscapes to Portraits. It has been used to create artwork around the world and has most notably been shown at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, and at the Whitney Museum
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Daniel Hirschmann's practice plays with the relationships formed between people and technology. Its that approach to relational aesthetics that has seen his work be shown at the Centre Pompidou, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the MoMA in New York, and The National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC. His work has been acquired into the permanent collections of the MoMA, and the Design Museum's of London and Chicago.