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The Ethical Implications of HCI’s Turn to the Cultural
We explore the ethical implications of HCI’s turn to the ‘cultural’. This is motivated by an awareness of how cultural applications, in our case interactive performances, raise ethical issues that may challenge established ...
Visual Theogonies: Chance, control, and automation in algorithmic art
(Intellect Ltd, 2018-10-01)
This short article explores relations between chance and control in the field of algorithmic art, using as a case study the series of artworks Visual Theogonies (2014), which arose out of a playful game with the poem ...
The Art of Interaction
(British Computer Society, 2010-06-30)
Interactive art has become much more common as a result of the many ways in which the computer and the Internet have facilitated it. Issues relating to Human-Computer Interaction are as important to interactive art making ...
Negentropy - Art - Memory
(Caosmos Editora, 2014-06-01)
As a starting point for my reflections based on the film-process BLANK I establish a brief link between one of the possible conceptions of art and the path by which the artistic idea – already a phenomenon in the creator's ...
Can Machines Create Art?
As machines take over more tasks previously done by humans, artistic creation is also considered as a candidate to be automated. But, can machines create art? This paper offers a conceptual framework for a philosophical ...
A Symbiotic Future: Art - Hci - Ai
The emergence of new artificial intelligence systems, especially the advances in the fields of deep learning and computer vision techniques, bring not only technical challenges, but, and more importantly, new questions to ...
Dionysus is part of “Visual Theogonies”, a series of prints coded in Ruby which have no external index, i.e. are the result of pure random mathematical manipulation of a given set of data contained within the computer ...
Acaso, poesia e arte computacional: Traduções híbridas a partir da Teogonia de Hesíodo
(F10 Editora, 2016-01-20)
This short text briefly presents the “Visual Theogonies”, a piece of software developed in Ruby that create images which have no external index, i.e. are the result of pure random mathematical manipulation of a given set ...