French photographer Niko Photographisme explores a world with fully automated humans. His image collection, titled 'The Robot Next Door,' makes for a very realistic depiction of a future that is dominated by an invasively tech-advanced population.
Shooting and editing candid images of his subjects, Niko Photographisme's The Robot Next Door works on multiple symbolic levels. While one builds on the aesthetic of the ever-popular TV series 'Black Mirror' with a doom-like connotation of the inevitable robotization of the human essence, the other expresses the idea that mechanized or not, " we play roles [...] but appearances are often false or deceptive." Either way, the automated human project by Niko Photographisme definitely fits the fears and the fascination of the world with advancements in technologies.
Niko Photographisme Creates a Third Installment of Robotized Humans
1. Automated Human Photography - The creation of automated human photography can lead to the disruption of traditional photography by introducing new and innovative techniques.
2. Tech-integrated Aesthetics - Tech-Integrated Aesthetics can progress the evolution of artistic photography and introduce a new era of photography for fashion and glamour industries.
3. Artificial Intelligence Models Creation - The creation of Artificial Intelligence models for editing images has the potential to revolutionize and automate the post-processing of images across various industries.
1. Photography Industry - Automated Human Photography can disrupt and establish new dynamics in the photography industry by developing tech-savvy tools applicable to portrait, fashion and commercial photography.
2. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry can use Tech-Integrated Aesthetics to revolutionize the concept of fashion photography and commercial production with innovatively tailored images around futuristic themes and concepts.
3. Image Editing Industry - The Image Editing industry may need to implement Artificial Intelligence models towards image editing, which will automate post-processing, leading to a reduction in time and cost for editing in industries such as the photography and media industries.