I want to democratize data,
making it more human.
into sensorial experiences
giving data power -knowledge-
back to people.
Carole Gendron, Data-Artist and HumAIn_Art Founder
My journey began in France, where I first discovered my passion for photography with a simple snapshot of a horse.
As I traveled and settled in different countries, my artistic exploration evolved, encompassing various techniques and mediums.
In Mexico, I was drawn to the raw, organic nature of charcoal, which allowed me to create intense and emotional portraits.
Moving to Madrid, I delved into the vibrant world of chalk pastels, adding a colorful dimension to my work. Inspired by street artists, I also experimented with spray paint, enjoying the full-body gestures involved in creating street art.
Upon settling in Paris,I embraced pop culture and began exploring collage techniques, creating expressive art pieces using plain colors and textures.
My journey led my to Amsterdam, where I discovered the tactile pleasure of sculpting with clay, using my hands to directly shape faces, emotions, and stories.
My latest venture combines traditional art with technology, embracing the new avant-garde of Data-powered Art. Artificial Intelligence enables machines to see, hear, talk, and move. I funded HumAIn_Art to enable a fascinating playground for both artists and scientists to explore and push the boundaries of creativity.
Once upon a time in France
'Horse' : my 1st photography I was a kid, in the analog days, before the IPhone, when photography was about camera, paper and chemicals.
During a school program, we went out to take our 1st photo. This horse proudly took the pose for me. I shot and printed the photography in a dark room, as in the old days. This very day I discovered my passion for Art, my camera became my shadow and creativity my fuel.
I arrived in Mexico 20 years ago and I crossed with charcoal (black carbon). This raw and organic material gives a lot of authenticity to the drawings. The charcoal material is intense in its black but it also offers subtilities with its grey shades to portrait emotions.
Into your heart
Bonnie and Clyde
Charcoal in Mexico
Years later I arrived in Madrid and I wanted to explore colors to give more life my art work.
Chalk pastels offered infinite color possibilities giving a new dimension to the drawings.
L'eau, la vie.
Colors pastels in Spain
Following my friends Guiom and Titi, 2 french street artists I made some shootings while they were artworking. I was also curious so I dropped the camera for some spray cans and discover the pleasure of full body gesture while painting.
Graff in motion
Guiom in action
RoofTerrasse by Guiom
Street Art in Madrid
After Spain, I settled in Paris for few years. I was in a pop culture moment and I found collages technics interesting to experiment. Plain colors and textures gave a new dimension to the expressions. Volume started to shape.
Bonnie and Clyde
Collages & Paintings in Paris
Sculpture in Clay in Amsterdam
Early 2010 I lived in Amsterdam. A new circle started and I was looking for the next art chopter. I wanted to be in contact with the material, searching for an authentic sensorial experience. So I went to my art-supply store and bought a block of 10 kilos of clay to see what could I do with it. The clay material responds directly to you with no intermediaries, no other tools than your hands shaping faces, emotions and stories.
I was discovering a fantastic new way to share emotions the way I feel them.
Marianne. Symbol of Liberty
Exhibition 'Dutch Medicine'. Amsterdam
Artificial Intelligence is disrupting the Art world with a new kid on the block : Art powered by AI, the new avant-garde.
Artificial Intelligence allows the machine to see, hear, talk and move which is create a fantastic Art playground for the Artist and the Scientist.
Food impact on environment
The Next Human
AI-generated portrait of the Human in 2100
drawing with math
Anton Philips portrayed by AI
AI imagining Cities
Carole swapping Elon Musk