Computer Vision Art Gallery

CVPR 2021: Virtual due to COVID-19

In 2021, for the First Workshop on Ethical Considerations in Creative applications of Computer Vision, at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), hosted online due to COVID-19, a call was put out for artworks dealing with computer vision technologies.

With the growing omnipresence of sensing and acting machines in the world, and the explosion of Artificial Intelligence as an area of research and cultural concern, bringing transdisciplinary perspectives towards Computer Vision is as urgent as ever.

Artistic communities, scientists, and their overlaps, are asking questions about power, surveillance, transhumanism, digital culture and identity. Computer Vision, and its relationship with Image, and Human Vision, makes it a powerful place to inquire into these questions.

This year, the Computer Vision Art Gallery is the largest yet, with 63 pieces from around the world, selected on the basis of technical novelty, aesthetic merit, or conceptual strength. We hope you enjoy the works, and that this archive serves as a snapshot of the culture's grappling with the shifts that machine perception precipitates.

The 2021 CVPR Computer Vision Art Gallery was organized by Luba Elliott and Xavier Snelgrove.

Past Galleries

ECCV 2018, MunichICCV 2019, Seoul

All Accepted Works