The Practice of Art and AI
European ARTificial Intelligence Lab
Published by Hatje Cantz.
Edited by Andreas J. Hirsch, Markus Jandl, Gerfried Stocker. Text by Andreas J. Hirsch.
Multidisciplinary explorations of AI and its implications for art
In this multidisciplinary volume, European ARTificial Intelligence Lab, in partnership with Ars Electronica, considers the incredibly rapid development of Artificial Intelligence in the context of the cyber-arts. Bringing together 13 cultural and six scientific institutions from across Europe, this publication explores the interdisciplinary exchange between art and science and summarizes the accomplishments of the AI Lab since its opening. This guide to the events and exhibitions for this project includes more than 500 reproductions, profiles on featured exhibitors and essays. In keeping with the project’s focus on the interplay between art and technology, the book includes QR codes which link the reader to video lectures and other supplementary materials.
Artists and researchers include: Eva Smrekar, Eduardo Reck Miranda, Ian Gouldstone, Aarati Akkapeddi, Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm, Tega Brain, Sam Lavigne, Hannah Jayanti, Sarah Petkus, Mark J. Koch, Mimi Onuoha, Caroline Sinders, LaJuné McMillian, Victoria Vesna and many more.