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Asia Culture Center (ACC) is seeking participants for ACC Residency 2023.This year, the residency will be held in collaboration with ACC Sound Art Lab under the theme “Futures of Listening” which is also a long-term project led by ACC Sound Art Lab.
The Creative Computing Institute will host an international line-up of established speakers from University of Tokyo, Imperial College London and UAL.
This announcement opens the opportunity to participate in the 22nd. Edition of the Electronic Language International Festival, which is scheduled to take place at the FIESP Cultural Center, in São Paulo, from July 5th to August 27th.
Created by Lauren Lee McCarthy & Kyle McDonald, Unlearning Language is an interactive installation and performance that uses machine learning to provoke the participants to find new understandings of language, undetectable to algorithms.
Ghostwriter is a project that invites us to mindfully co-create with the AI through a vintage typewriter’s tactile and physical form. Imagined as a calm meditative interface it removes all the digital distractions and takes us on an emotional journey through paper and ink.
Imagined as a tool to provide assistance to a conventional approach to sculpting, here an AI model is developed to seek out strategies that provide a constant improvement to how a given form is achieved. By feeding it with different tools, rules and rewards through reinforcement learning, the team steer the process revealing unpredictable outcomes.
Explore artworks from the future talent of industry, view works of postgraduate students from the Creative Computing Institute.
plant bot is a time based interactive art installation where the fates of a living plant and a computer are interdependent. Essentially the plant attempts to train a computer using image recognition. Through this process the computer will learn to recognize when the plant needs water based on images it takes of the plant.
Created by computational media artist, designer and entrepreneur Andreas Rothaug from Futura Epsis 1, Lumos Ra is a lamp with app-connectivity that interprets music, playfully exploring color gradients: an interactive experience stimulating and merging the visual and acoustic senses.
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