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Artist David Hockney will unveil a new work on one of the biggest platforms in the world—the stage of the Glastonbury festival, UK. Hockney will launch his new video, entitled I lived in Bohemia Bohemia is a Tolerant Place, on the Pyramid Stage screens later today (keep your eyes peeled around 5.30pm GMT). In the moving image piece, Hockney has removed the figures from his painted series The Dancers (2014) with the help of Artificial Intelligence. Hockney’s Glastonbury smorgasbord was created in partnership with the digital platform Circa, the second time he’s teamed up with the organisation (in 2021, Hockney created a digital sunrise across billboards in six cities worldwide). Emily Eavis, the co-organiser of the Glastonbury Festival, is very happy with Hockney’s efforts. “We are truly honoured to show this work for the first time immediately before our very special guests on the Pyramid Stage this evening, and then across our main stages over the weekend. Thank you to Circa for bringing this fantastic project to life,” she says.