To create a memorial portrait of noted physicist Shoucheng Zhang (1963-2018), Pamela Davis Kivelson uses AI style transfer that combines his photos with photographs of midsummer Stockholm copper rooftops..
Pamela Davis Kivelson
Artist in Residence to Brahe Foundation
Pamela Davis Kivelson is a multi-media artist, painter, and performer, currently focused on using AI art to communicate and address how technological change is shaping our world. At Stanford, she collaborates with many departments, teaching creative process in the School of Design and elsewhere.
Davis Kivelson is an accomplished portrait artist, with a background in understanding, recognizing, and visualizing facial displays of emotions, and empathy. Her work attempts to capture the human element and emotional subtext of unfolding.
Artificial intelligence allows Davis Kivelson to create a novel visual language that challenges stereotypes, especially those about inclusion, identity and trust. One current project, with Volvo Group, supported by Vinnova is working on creating interactive bollard sculptures that portray real site specific people. Future smart-city technology is best when supported by art.
Her public art, consisting of sculpture, paintings, and photos, hangs in eight different buildings on the Stanford campus, 40 different works in all. She was artist-in-residence to the Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University for five years.
As Artist in Residence to the Brahe Foundation, Pamela Davis Kivelson will expand our connections to both art and science. A Stockholm show and performance are in preparation.
Some of her past projects:
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