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Udi Cassirer is a multi-disciplinary artist who produces artworks that interact with the art world's language. 

He is known for exploring human technologies and interactions, mainly through editing tools to create static and dynamic collages using AI and Virtual Reality (VR) elements.

Has pursued various studies and educational endeavours. 

He studied Social Sciences at the Open University in 1996, attended the "Midrasha Art Teachers College",

And completed a “Real-Time" Multimedia program in Tel Aviv in 1997. 

Additionally, he underwent programming training in 1999. 


Throughout his career, Udi Cassirer has participated in numerous exhibitions and shows in Israel and internationally.
Some of his notable exhibitions include group shows at “One Of a Kinds” at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2022,
And T.V. 4 Artist Show, solo exhibitions at Tova Osman Art Gallery, 

and group shows at Poalim Bank.
He has also exhibited his work in various locations, such as Jerusalem, London, Berlin, Sweden, Zagreb and Rome. Furthermore, Udi Cassirer's artwork has been showcased at art fairs Zürich Swiss 1.0, Art Fair Ghent, Arte Padova,

Art Thessaloniki, and Luxembourg Art Fair.


Recently it Has gained recognition as an Emerging talent from Asia and its diaspora at home and internationally (Artsy)

Cassirer deal with four themes which appears in The Immersive projects


A Gesture for a Mammal” 2023, recent artworks, In the broader context of the art world, AI-generated art raises discussions about the nature of creativity. By utilizing AI to depict mammals in over-tourism scenarios, these artworks serve as a poignant reminder of the fragility of our planet's ecosystems and the urgent need for environmental stewardship.
These AI-generated clips of mammals in over-tourism scenes concerning climate issues may be visually captivating due to their novelty, surprisingness, complexity, and ambiguity. 

These clips challenge conventional notions of art creation, blurring the lines between human intention and machine-generated results. 

The deformation of mammal depictions in these AI artworks may evoke references to Francis Bacon's deformed portraits but with a fundamental distinction: the deformations in AI art are not intentional expressions by the artist or the machine but rather a result of the machine's inability to imitate human representations perfectly. Immersive II


Araki Ai” 2023  involves AI-generated subjects with a camera and erotic scenes inspired by the Japanese Photographer's Genre.
This theme is an experiment to restricted black & white colour style and subjects with camera reference to photography world documentary and tradition of japan noise urban style.

The result is moving images that reproduce "white noise" with erotic postures. Immersive I


"Leather" 2022, AI-generated clips of SM and dancing Gimps wearing VR headsets acting in limbo, is an undeniably provocative and controversial art form. Challenging societal norms and boundaries, it confronts audiences with highly uncomfortable and unsettling themes, creating a visceral emotional impact.
Technology integration blurs the boundaries between reality and virtuality, heightening the emotional connection between the audience and the art. This interactive nature of AI-generated art invites active participation, and individual experiences powerfully shape the artwork's meaning and impact.

To challenge conservative values and norms, this concept embodies transgressive art, sparking necessary discourse around the acceptability of art and its boundaries.  Immersive II

"The Glitch" 2022, in the NFT format at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. In this series, Cassirer employs a unique technique called "VR Them," he places VR headsets on the subjects in famous paintings and transforms still images into dynamic videos, flipping and glitching between the before and after states. This innovative approach blurs the lines between traditional art and digital media, offering viewers an immersive experience. Immersive I

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