TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Indiana State University is currently hosting an immersive art exhibit with artificial intelligence-generated work collaboratively created by digital art students.
A unique, multimedia exhibition titled “Subject to Change” will be at the Turman Gallery at Indiana State in the Fine Arts building from Nov. 14 – Dec. 9. The students that participated in the exhibit ranged from beginner to advanced digital artists and have several pieces that have been derived from other media.
Sam Morlan, digital art instructor and exhibit curator, explained the approach that the beginner classes took.
“Some of them have never taken an art class before,” Morlan said. “It’s super simplistic animation in that they’re just separating pieces of the painting and then moving them. So this was kinda step one in the animation of clicking and dragging and moving around characters.”
Students of all levels worked together to bring this exhibit to life and showcase their efforts. The types of artwork in the exhibit span from…