Computer models of cognition are places where a Cartesian alienation and a theory of computation meet and strengthens each other. Although not identical, both frameworks share the same attitude towards a biological base as something inferior. This ideological context leads to a technocratic prudery.
A work ‘Impossible Bodies’ subverts a sexual abstinence of technology. It is a recurrent neural network (LSTM architecture) based art work. A massive amount of porn literature was used to inject desires into a zero-lust silicon body.
Short erotic poems are generated at regular intervals. The work uses a language model that reinforces latent elements shaping our everyday behaviour. It embraces a sexuality as a vital force and an inevitable constituent of a human intelligence.
Przemyslaw Sanecki is a multidisciplinary code artist in the domains of vision, sound and performance. His techne calls for the forces of prediction, high-frequency finance, autonomous machines, tangible software, data ecstatics and computational art. The recent work clashes the contemporary regime of prediction with an old-school political dominion, and open sound-art software (Pd) with stock-trading instruments. Holds a doctoral degree in Fine Arts (University of Arts in Poznan, PL), currently based in Edinburgh (UK), exhibits worldwide.