Somewhere We Live in Little Loops (2020). A machine-learning based video-prediction processing, learns and then re-creates a string of nature scenes and human life images. Woven together in a rhythmic, hypnotic pace, visual snippets and motion patterns appear, reborn and fall apart. The video segments begin “normally” and are then reformed by the machine into a “new normal”. Surprising, eerie and poetic new imagery is created, raising both wonder and concern regarding human-machine relationship, and the environmental, social and political effects.Somewhere We Live in Little Loops is utilising the technology of video generation by next frame prediction. It highlights the intervention of machine-learning processing, and develops a new moving-image aesthetics. It’s a projection into the future of machine-human interaction, in regards to the complex nature of Artificial Intelligence prediction capabilities.