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What are you looking at? (2020) is a collection of 30 images created in collaboration with an online generative adversarial network - or GAN - This is an artificially intelligent programme trained in photographs, meaning it can create entirely fake images intended to simulate real things. These images can then be bred together to form numerous 'children' - bearing some very unsettling babies. Some of these 30 images are entirely AI bred, and others have been further altered using photoshop. This work aims to use the discomfort of AI generated images to explore and challenge the ways in which we take in digital imagery online in our day-to-day lives, and to consider the rights of artificially intelligent programmes to claim ownership of what they assist us to create.