AI Artist Directory

  • Ahmed Elgammal

    Ahmed Elgammal is an academic and artist. He is the founder and director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and a professor of computer science at Rutgers. His art has been shown in several technology and art venues in Los Angeles, Frankfurt, and New York City.

    Twitter: @ahmed_elgammal
    Instagram: @ahmed.elgammal.rutgers

  • ALAgrApHY

    ALAgrApHY – Artist and scientist teaching machines art since 2011 with generative Art and Artificial Intelligence. Hi exhibitions at the Grand Palais and at the Salon d'Automne in 2018 preceded the AI ART buzz and followed with a mix between Algorithmic, Interactive, olfactory and AI Art.

    Twitter: @alagraphy
    Instagram: @alagraphie

  • Algolit

    Algolit is a Brussels workgroup around i-literature, free code and texts, initiated by Constant in 2012. The group meets regularly following the principles of the Oulipo-meetings: they share work and thoughts and create together.


  • aurèce vettier

    aurèce vettier is an artistic collective founded exploring new human-machine interactions. Based in Paris, we challenge traditional creative processes -painting, sculpture, photography- by using the additional dimensions and entropy offered by artificial intelligence. 

    Twitter: @aurecevettier
    Instagram: @aurecevettier

  • Claire Burke

    Claire is a Dublin based artist and member of A4 Sounds Studios. Her practice explores the interdisciplinary area of art and technology. Her research explores computational creativity and new aesthetics within contemporary art. 

    Twitter: @clairbotz

  • Dani Joy

    Dani Joy is an ambidextrous dyslexic outsider artist. He lives at the edge of the digital divide, where essential internet is sparse and has to be hacked with cellular phone to enable AI art. Dani is self taught in fine art, digital art, and computer science. 

    Twitter: @danijoy_art
    Instagram: @danijoyart

  • Daniel Ambrosi

    Daniel Ambrosi is recognized as one of the founding creators of the emerging AI art movement and is noted for the nuanced balance he achieves in human-AI hybrid art. Based near Silicon Valley in Half Moon Bay, California, Ambrosi holds degrees in architecture and 3D graphics. 

    Twitter: @danoramas
    Instagram: @danoramas


  • diavlex

    We are a collective of AI artisans, scientists, engineers, and machines with a focus on society. We use data and technology to experiment on representations of the anxieties of our times as a channel to surface unexplored answers. We are based in Dublin, Ireland. 

    Website: diavlex
    Twitter: @diavlex_ai
    Instagram: @diavlex_ai


  • Domenico Barra [Altered_Data]

    Multimedia artist exploring and exploiting glitches to suggest dialogues on new media in terms of temporality, opportunity, functionality, accessibility and also about failure, network, intelligence, language, memory and identity. I am the creator of the White Page Gallery/s. 

    Twitter: @domibarra 
    Instagram: @domenicodombarra


  • Fabin Rasheed

    Fabin Rasheed is an India based Artist, Designer, Innovator and Technologist working in the intersection of Creativity and Technology. Fabin's works revolve around either creating tools for creativity or using technology (like AI, AR/VR) to augment creativity and make art.  

    Twitter: @fabinrasheed
    Instagram: @nurecas

  • Fabrizio Augusto Poltronieri

    Fabrizio Augusto Poltronieri (São Paulo, 1976) is an award-winning computer artist and researcher. Two of his artworks are in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s collection, in London, UK. He is a member of the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montfort University, UK. 

    Twitter: @simstim_
    Instagram: @fabriziopoltronieri_artist


  • Frederik De Wilde

    Frederik De Wilde's artistic praxis situates itself on the interstice of art-science-technology and design exploring notions of the inaudible, intangible and intangible. De Wilde critically examines the radical shifts technology imposes on society and our “environment”.

    Twitter: @Studio_De_Wilde