Nate Mohler

Nate Mohler is an emerging media artist who works with technology as a paint brush to build conceptual and avant-garde experiences through digital art. A 2019 UCLA graduate with a B.A. in Design | Media Arts, Mohler is intrigued with the fusion of conceptual art and technology to support connectivity and social activism with unconventional space and sound. His work focuses on eliciting action and question through digital mediums such as projection mapping, immersive installations, sculpture and video art. Mohler treats each project as an opportunity to evoke emotion, challenge thought, or support social change.

Day in Vatican City

"Day in Vatican City" -- Mohler. November 18th, 2021. Video: 2 min 50 sec. 3840px w. 2160px h. Ai neural style transfer treatment of footage of the rooftops of Vatican City taken by Mohler in 2018. A continuation of the "Painted Cities" series which explores the subconscious of Ai and painted video. Part of the generative and Ai art movement.

Night in Vatican City

"Night in Vatican City" -- Mohler. November 18th, 2021. Video: 2 min 50 sec. 3840px w. 2160px h. Ai neural style transfer treatment of footage of the rooftops of Vatican City taken by Mohler in 2018. A continuation of the "Painted Cities" series which explores the subconscious of Ai and painted video. Part of the generative and Ai art movement