Jake Elwes (UK), born 1993, is currently based in London. His recent works have looked at Artificial Intelligence, investigating the technology, philosophy and ethics behind it. Jake graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL), London in 2017, having also attended SAIC, Chicago (Erasmus), in 2016 and Central St Martins (foundation) in 2012 and is currently currently working with Steve Fletcher at The Artist Development Agency.
Jake has exhibited in the UK and internationally, including Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017, Newcastle & London, UK; Ars Electronica 2017, Linz, Austria; Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK; City Loop, Barcelona, Spain; NIPS 2017, Long Beach, US; Nature Morte, Delhi, India; ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany; Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany and Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI), Cambridge, UK.
Born 1993, London UK.
Slade School of Art (UCL), BA (Hons) - Fine Art Media, 2013-17
SAIC (School of the Art Institute Chicago), International Exchange - Art & Technology, 2015
Central St Martins (UAL), Foundation 2012-13
2019-2021 - 23 Feb to Mar '21 - Writing the History of the Future, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
2019 - 21 Mar to 28 Apr - Zabludowicz Collection | Invites, London, UK
2019 - 22 to 24 Mar - Cartographies, Ugly Duck, London
2019 - 18 to 21 April - stadtprojektionen III, St. Gallen, Switerland
2019 - 30 Mar to 08 Jun - Future Intelligence | MIFA 1862, Shanghai, China
2019 - 12 Jul to 08 Oct - Blue Prize | Future Humanity, Hyundai Motorstudio, Beijing, China
2018/19 – Open Codes - Living in Digital Worlds, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
2018 - The Creative Machine 2 (Cyland & Goldsmiths), Hatcham Church Gallery, Goldsmiths University of London
2018 - Digital Bodies, 'and what?' - Queer Arts Festival 2018, Candid Arts Trust, London
2018 - City Screen, Loop Barcelona 2018, Barcelona
2018 - Print Screen Festival, Holon, Israel
2018 - Digital Design Weekend, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
2018 - Uncommon Natures (Lumen Art Prize), Brighton Digital Festival, Phoenix Theatre, Brighton, UK
2018 - Gradient Descent, Nature Morte, Delhi, India
2018 – Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Goethe Institute, Mumbai
2018 – New Contemporaries, Block336, London
2018 – I am here to learn: For the mechanical interpretation of the world, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
2017 - "Machine Learning for Creativity and Design" (Online Exhibition), NIPS 2017, Long Beach, USA
2017 - " Stars of AI, Life 3.0 with Max Tegmark, Turing Lecture Theatre, Institute of Technology & Engineering, London
2017 - Bloomberg New Contemporaries, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle
2017 - >when machines are dreaming<, Chaos Computer Club (CCC) Datenspuren, Technische Sammlungen, Dresden
2017 - Ars Electronica, A.I. Projects Exhibition, Artificial Intimacy Exhibition & TADA Gallery Space, Ars Electronica Festival: Artificial Intelligence, POSTCITY Linz, Austria
2017 - Digital/Real – How Art Surfs Between Worlds, Mobiliar Headquarters, Bern, Switzerland
2017 - AI: Myth and Reality, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI), Cambridge
2017 - Machine Made: Art, Robotics & A.I., QUAD, Derby
2017 - Google I/O Extended 2017 (demo), Google Campus London
2017 - 'Ask Something' - Acud Macht Neu, Transmediale and CTM Vorspiel, Berlin
2016 - ‘The Neural Aesthetic’, Acud Macht Neu, Berlin
2016 - 'Skullpture', Grant Museum, University College, London
2015 - 'You have got my bone', Foyles Bookshop, London
Lumen Prize, Moving Image Shortlist, 2018;
UCL Arts & Humanities Dean’s List, 2017;
Julian Sullivan Prize for outstanding achievement in Media Art, 2017;
November 2018, MaloMalo Presents ‘Digital Bodies’: A Queer Exhibition on Virtual Reality and The Body; FAD Magazine.
October 2018, Up for Bid, AI Art Signed ‘Algorithm’; The New York Times.
September 2018, AI is their paintbrush, but the artwork is no less human; Fastcompany.
August 2018, AI-Generated Art Just Got Its First Mainstream Gallery Show. See It Here—and Get Ready; Artnet.
The Image in the Machine: AI Art and it's implications; PIX.
Gradient Descent; Platform Magazine.
AI art is on the rise – but how do we measure its success?; Apollo Magazine.
An AI genre in its infancy questions the nature of art; Financial Times.
Is Artificial Intelligence the new artist we need to watch out for?; Vogue India.
India's first exhibition of art created by Artificial Intelligence raises questions about human conscience; Firstpost.
The poetics of metonymy; The Hindu.
Inside India’s first AI art show; livemint.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Creating a New Genre in Art; Art Market.
Artificial Intelligence Art: Parenting a new genre; Forbes, India.
Gradient Descent - When Artificial Intelligence Meets Art; The Hindu.
January 2018, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018: 6 new artists you need to know about; Evening Standard.
Go see these future art superstars at Bloomberg New Contemporaries; TimeOut (London).
Bloomberg New Contemporaries Block 336 'Six emerging artists who stand out from the crowd'; Artlyst.
September 2017, Porn pictures from the machine show sexual fantasies; Futurezone (Austria).
‘The Neural Aesthetic - Machine Learning for Artists’, School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe, Berlin, 2016
‘ITP Camp’, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, Berlin, 2018
‘Programming Applications’, Computer Science BSc Module, Kings College London 2015
'Convolutional Neural Networks', Andrew Ng, Coursera 2018
‘Neural Networks and Deep Learning’, Andrew Ng, Coursera 2017
‘Java Programming’, London City University 2014
‘Creative Applications of Deep Learning with TensorFlow’, Kadenze 2016