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Discover the “Wisdom of Da Vinci” in an Immersive AI Art Exhibit

An award-winning Istanbul-based creative studio called Ouchhh is bringing an immersive AI experience exhibit called “Wisdom of Da Vinci” to Manila in August. The exhibit has previously been displayed in Turkey and Australia and will be hosted at One Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City. The concept of the exhibit revolves around the idea of “data as a paint, algorithm as a brush,” using artificial intelligence to interpret Leonardo Da Vinci’s works in a multi-sensorial display. It promises to offer a unique fusion of art and science through AI data paintings.

Described as a celebration of art, light, and technology, the exhibit will feature mesmerizing thematic galleries. Visitors will embark on a guided walk experience lasting approximately one hour, which includes exploring digital art in the marketplace, deciphering Poetic AI, and immersing themselves in the hall dedicated to the Wisdom of Da Vinci and other visual masters.

The exhibit will be located on the third level of One Bonifacio High Street, 5th Avenue, BGC, Taguig City, and will run from August to October 2023. General admission tickets are priced at P975, student passes at P780, and discount passes for senior citizens and persons with disabilities (PWDs) at P680. Tickets can be purchased through the official BGC Immersive website starting on Friday. It is recommended to book in advance, as a limited number of tickets will be available per day for specific time slots.

This isn’t the first immersive art exhibit hosted by One Bonifacio High Street. The venue previously showcased the immersive Van Gogh Alive exhibit from October to December 2019, which featured Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings displayed on floors, walls, and ceilings.

Overall, this article highlights the upcoming AI art exhibit, “Wisdom of Da Vinci,” which will bring a unique blend of art and technology to Manila. The exhibit aims to provide visitors with a captivating experience by using AI to interpret Leonardo Da Vinci’s works in a multi-sensorial manner.

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