Ornamisms, our latest project, will be unveiled during Munich Jewellery Week 2024 in the exhibition Visions, Ventures & Valuables

This exhibition presents the artistic research of jewellery artists Liesbet Bussche, Maria Konschake and Anneleen Swillen, which they are developing as PhD or postdoctoral scholars at Hasselt University and PXL-MAD School of Arts Hasselt.

Greg Scheirlinckx and Anneleen Swillen are currently training a machine learning algorithm on close-up images of jewellery captured on the skin, generously shared by 96 participants in response to our open call.

Discover all the participants and their shared images via the Ornamisms page on this website.

 Neureutherstraße 26, 80799 Munich

 28/02: opening! 🎉 18h-20h
  29/02 and 1/03: 10h-18h  
 2/03: 10h-16h  



Anneleen Swillen will give a lecture about her research during AR@K24's symposium 'The Artist, The Ghost, and The Machine' on March, 18th, in Oslo

ONE DAY ABOUT AI AND CRAFT PRACTICES  Agnieszka Knap, Patricia Domingues and Anneleen Swillen are organizing a conference on AI and craft. Petra Jääskeläinen, Nora A. Kahn, Anna Mlasovsky, and Dr. Magnus Sahlgrenn, as well as Agnieszka, Patricia and Anneleen, will give lectures on the subject. Anneleen will share insights from her postdoctoral research with a focus on co-creating more-than-human adornment with machine learning (24/11/2023, Konstfack, Stockholm).


ModemuzeAr­ti­fi­ci­al In­tel­li­gems: op zoek naar nieu­we be­na­de­rin­gen van sie­ra­den met ma­chi­ne learning. Anneleen Swillen in gesprek met ChatGPT (Dutch only): Ar­ti­fi­ci­al In­tel­li­gems: op zoek naar nieu­we be­na­de­rin­gen van sie­ra­den met ma­chi­ne learning. https://www.modemuze.nl/blog/artificial-intelligems-op-zoek-naar-nieuwe-benaderingen-van-sieraden-met-machine-learning 

Rapaport magazine: AI Is Revolutionizing the Jewelry Industry. https://rapaport.com/magazine-article/ai-is-revolutionizing-the-jewelry-industry/ 


 June - Dec. 2023, Greg Scheirlinckx and Anneleen Swillen had the pleasure of participating in a digital residency organized by Stadtbad Kunstforum. In collab with Miriam Taschler and Carla Petzolt, they have created three new videos on the intersection between choreography, dance/movement research, machine vision, digital adornment and phygital embodiment. All the pools of the participating artists (10 duos in total) can be visited online.

  The project was presented during ‘IMMERSIVE X – The next reality’ conference (29/11 and 30/11/2023) as well as exhibited in ' SCHAU MIR IN MEIN FENSTER, Zeitgenössische Videokunst' (15/12/2023 - 15/01/2024, at  the St. Johanniskirche in Brandenburg an der Havel (DE)) 



  an exhibition showcasing Augmented Reality jewellery created by students from London College of Fashion (LCF), Estonia Academy of the Arts (EKA) and PXL-MAD School of Arts in Hasselt (9 – 29/11/2023), Tallinn (13/11 – 18/12/2023) and London (14/05-22/06/2024). During the opening night of the exhibition at PXL-MAD (9/11/2023), there will be a panel discussion featuring Mala Siamptani, Darja Popolitova, Anneleen Swillen, Ine Vanoeveren and Guus Vandeweerd.Furthermore, on 30/11/2023, Mala, Darja and Anneleen will host a panel discussion at EKA in Tallinn.

The event at PXL-MAD is generously supported by Hasselt University and PXL-MAD. 

 a group exhibition showcasing works from eight researchers and artists affiliated with PXL-MAD (24/11 – 26/11, Atelier David Gotlib, Antwerp). Greg scheirlinckx and Anneleen Swillen will present "Ornamutations", an ongoing Artificial Intelligems project.

Both "Let’s Get Phygital" and "WIE WAT VINDT HEEFT SLECHT GEZOCHT" are part of "Obsessed! Jewellery Festival” organized by Current Obsession

 Only a few days left to participate! Share your photos of jewellery via the online form (https://forms.gle/cbjRpDr8m6FwwpWv8) or contact us via mail (artificialintelligems@gmail.com) 
 Deadline: 31/08/2023, 23:59 cest.  

Wednesday April 19th at 7pm, within the context of Studium Generale, we will perform Mirrored Dwellers at De Singel Arts Centre in Antwerp!  After the performance, researcher and performer Ine Vanoeveren will give a lecture 'Breaking the fifth(?) wall (?)'.

 Focusing on spectatorship and the Virtual, she will reflect on changing and merging roles/experiences of audiences and performers within virtual settings.  

To conclude, there will be an extensive Q&A, where Ine will invite Anneleen Swillen and Kristof Timmerman to the stage as well.

Free event, register via: https://www.ap.be/studium-generale

Project in collab with Esther Verstreken, Ine Vanoeveren, Senneke Van de Wygaert, Guus Vandeweerd and Anneleen Swillen. Image design by Guus Vandeweerd.