The Norwegian artist Trygve Skogrand has lived on the remote Lofoten islands in the Norwegian Arctic. In the work "Generic Landscape, Lofoten, Summer" the artist has fed his own photos of the awe-inspiring and inhospitable landscape into an ai-algorithm, investigating the common denominators of the photos: jagged mountains, reflecting sea, blue skies, green valleys. In the work, the landscape develops and re-invents itself before our eyes, creating a meditative look into a synthetic, generic landscape of the Lofoten islands.
Trygve Skogrand (b. 1967) lives and works in Asenfjord, Norway. After originally educating as a Civil Engineer, he has been working as an artist using computers as his artistic tool since the late 1990s. Skogrand's works have been exhibited in Oslo, Trondheim, Malmö, London, Edinburgh and Berlin,...More details