Lillemon discusses his 25-year experience in new technology and creative work flows, emphasizing his approach to art-making as a process of dissection and exploration rather than a mere display of a portfolio. He touches on his use of AI in his creative process, including drawing while holding his breath and using ChatGPT to convert descriptions to code, which then influences generative art pieces.
He categorizes his work into various themes, such as "Retail Therapist," "Underground Savant," "Curator's BFF," and others, each reflecting different aspects of his work and the audiences it appeals to. Lillemon also delves into the "Latest State of Brain" concept, highlighting his recent work and thoughts.
The lecture explores the deep integration of AI and technology in modern artistic practices, focusing on how these tools can be used to enhance and evolve the creative process. Lillemon's work appears to be at the cutting edge of combining artistic expression with technological innovation, reflecting on how new tools can redefine what it means to create art in the contemporary era.
Lillemon's insights into the blending of art and commerce, the importance of process in art-making, and the role of technology in evolving artistic expression offer a unique perspective on the future of art and creativity. His lecture is a thought-provoking exploration of how artists can use technology not just as a tool but as an integral part of their creative expression.