Welcome to the online MFA Fine Arts Thesis Shows.

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MFA alumni Liliana Farber wins the Lumen Prize, and presents Anonymous

Liliana Farber is elated to have won The Lumen Prize for Art and Technology in the category of Still Image with their work Terram in Aspectu.

Terram in Aspectu is a series of satellite photography (generated by a machine learning algorithm trained on Google Earth) of non-existent islands that appeared in historical maps but were proven not to exist.

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In Anonymous, a machine-generated narrator, trained on the sound of my voice, recites a story created by compiling messages sent with their app work Blue Vessel. The story is accompanied by two virtual voyages around the globe in Google Earth: the real voyage of Alexander Selkirk, and the fictional voyage of Robinson Crusoe.

The show will run through December 11th, 2020.

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