Are you travelling through Dubai International Airport's Terminal 1 soon? Don't miss the world's longest AI art display! Istanbul-born artist Refik Anadol has teamed up with JCDecaux and Dubai Airports to bring this unique digital artwork to life. Titled 'Data Portal: Nature', the piece is inspired by a vast collection of over 400 million nature-related images showcasing the beauty of water, coral, and flora.
Using a mix of generative AI, aesthetics, and environmental studies, Anadol creates an engaging and thought-provoking experience. Take a moment to enjoy this artistic marvel during your time at Terminal 1.
The artwork is made to greet people coming to Dubai for COP28. It showcases how nature is delicate and is shown in four parts.
Anadol, well-known for his skills in art with technology and machine intelligence, joined forces with JCDecaux and Dubai Airports to give travellers a special experience.
The setup is like another artwork you can see each night at Expo City's Al Wasl dome during COP28. This teamwork highlights how art and technology unite, sending a strong message about the beauty and delicateness of the natural world.
Regarding COP28, Dubai is currently the host city for the summit until 12 December. In the initial four days of the event, there has been a combined commitment of over $57 billion (AED 200 billion) from global unity, governments, businesses, investors, and philanthropies toward advancing the climate agenda.