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Alexander Zaxarov
Feb 22, 2022

Iskra Velitchkova is a Bulgarian self-taught generative artist currently based in Madrid, Spain, exploring the present and potential interactions between humans and machines.

Her work explores the present and potential interactions between humans and machines, and how instead of making technology more human, this relationship can push us to better understand our limits. She believes that roots and tradition can nurture her work with greater truth. After a stint in the tech and artificial intelligence industry as a visual thinker, Iskra decided to apply her knowledge and experience to her own research using art as a medium for generative explorations. Her work is based on mixed techniques: both digital and physical.

"Life is not just about digital. Or physical. I don't think we should make techonology more human, I believe that we have to push technology forward to understand us better." — Iskra Velitchkova

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Alexander Zaxarov
Feb 22, 2022

Iskra Velitchkova is a Bulgarian self-taught generative artist currently based in Madrid, Spain, exploring the present and potential interactions between humans and machines.

Her work explores the present and potential interactions between humans and machines, and how instead of making technology more human, this relationship can push us to better understand our limits. She believes that roots and tradition can nurture her work with greater truth. After a stint in the tech and artificial intelligence industry as a visual thinker, Iskra decided to apply her knowledge and experience to her own research using art as a medium for generative explorations. Her work is based on mixed techniques: both digital and physical.

"Life is not just about digital. Or physical. I don't think we should make techonology more human, I believe that we have to push technology forward to understand us better." — Iskra Velitchkova

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