Space and Martian Synagogues (Larry Yudelson)

To fantastic effect, Larry Yudelson put a bunch of images together at NeuralBlender, an AI site. From what I understand, you enter the prompt and the machine folds, in this case, a synagogue-look into 1970s sci fi cover art. For more space and some martian synagogues, go here to Larry’s Twitter feed, which is where I first saw them. At the blog, I wanted to enlarge the image, but they look much better, sized better and more crisp, there at Twitter. This one is “Space Synagogue by Rick Sternbach.” Three things I take from this, one concerning the futuristic and space-ship quality of the synagogue, the second concerning the ability of the imagination to mix and match material, the third concerning the potential quality of digital art.

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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics.
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