Ben Snell is an artist who listens to and amplifies the inner dialogues of machines. Using contemporary techniques and traditional motifs, he navigates the space between creation and automation, suggesting a humanist approach to technology. Exploring what it means to be born from code, he creates drawings, images and sculptures embodied with the voice and vitality of machines. Snell is best known for Dio, a "definitive" AI-generated sculpture and the first of its kind to sell at Phillips. His work has been shown internationally and featured in Artsy, The Verge and FastCo. He was a finalist for the Lumen Prize and a resident of Autodesk Pier 9. He received a BA in Experiential Art and Design from Carnegie Mellon University and currently lives and works in New York.
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