Biomorphic AI-driven Animation for Beginners

Want to create AI-driven Animation?
Join Nate Talbot and INCUBATOR Art Lab for a workshop at the intersection of bioart and AI technology on April 26th from 7-8:30pm at the INCUBATOR Art Lab Studio located at 144 University Ave W.

Participants are invited to make an AI animation by combining household items, fruits and vegetables, and AI tools. Workshop participants are encouraged to bring fruits and vegetables, which will be used as a base for an AI animation. Additionally, participants must bring a smartphone, laptop, or tablet and will be further instructed to download an app before the workshop.

No prior experience is necessary - this event is perfect for beginners! Our instructor, Nate Talbot, will guide you through the process step by step so that you can bring your animations to life.
The workshop is open to the public and costs $6.66 for ages 16+. Scholarships are available upon request.
No food or drink in studio.



Meet the Instructor


Nate Talbot

Nate Talbot is an Alumni researcher at the INCUBATOR Art Lab. He is also a multidisciplinary artist and motion designer whose work explores the intersections of technology, spirituality, and cultural identity formation. With a MFA in bioart, and a degree in philosophy, N8 takes a unique perspective that challenges traditional notions of portraiture and explores human-non-human symbioses. N8 is an expert in a variety of mediums, including 3D scanning, 3D modelling, VR sculpting, motion design, digital holography, and also AI art. With over 600 pieces sold in still frame, animated, and holographic formats, N8 is also a successful freelance crypto artist. N8’s work has been featured in a number of exhibitions and workshops, including “Machine Learning Meets Bioart" for WETech Alliance & INCUBATOR Art Lab, and "Accelerate Art x Scope" at Art Basel Miami. He has also participated in online group exhibitions such as "Impossible Worlds" at the Museum of Contemporary Digital Art and "Fashion for Bank Robbers" in Munich, Germany. In 2022, he presented his MFA thesis solo show "Firmaments" at the School of Creative Arts gallery at the University of Windsor

Image Credit

AI generated image by Nate Talbot, 2024.

Special Thanks to the University of Windsor Alumni Association for sponsoring this program.