Inhuman, All Too Inhuman
By Joel Bowman: Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The following article was written by Joel Bowman, the man and the mind behind the publication The Modern Flânuer.
Joel, in his Substack, every Wednesday, invites you to take an unhurried stroll with The Modern Flânuer as he meditates on literature, art, music, travel, food and philosophy, those civilizing agents that represent man at his very best. A publication after our own hearts!
The Modern Flânuer looks for inspiration… in books… on canvas… in museums… and up and down the timeless boulevards of the world’s greatest cities.
From his post in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he’ll bring you photos, poetry, essays, quotations and scenes from the city’s endless array of cafés, bistros and plazas. So too while he’s on the road, “flâneuring the world,” one idea at a time. Join Joel, at the following link…
This article originally appeared on the Joel’s site here. I’m sharing it with The BoldBrush Letter because Joel has explored the timely topic of Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.
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