Explorations of AI Art

  • Man Vs Machine Is Obsolete: Towards New Perspectives Of AI In The Arts (And For The Greater Good)

    When it comes to software and Arts the situation becomes, in some ways, even more complicated. A lot of the discussion involves the concept of creativity and often there is a mental barrier in defense of creativity as a stronghold of our human being. There is a conscious (or unconscious) fear that the machine could take creativity away from us, making us somehow less human. And this fear is largely shared by artists who refuse to approach technology and incorporate it in their practice because they are afraid the machine could take over.

  • When a Traditional Artist meets AI for the First Time: An Experiment

    Beth Jochim, Director and Co-Founder at Cueva Gallery. Twitter: @_bblurred “The Purple Fairy”, painting on porcelain and recycled wood fram...
  • In the creative world of Joanne Hastie

    After a short summer break, Libre AI is resuming the interviews with artists that use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques in their practice. This time, I had the pleasure to interview Joanne Hastie, a multi-disciplinary artist based in Vancouver, Canada. She combines programming, robotics and paint to create art and be more creative. Her latest work of Machine Learning Curation was shown at NeurIPS 2018 conference in Montreal, Canada and at the 2019 Women in Data Science Conference in Zurich Switzerland.
  • diavlex brings AI Art to the Next Level

    Explorations of AI Art— Episode 04 Beth Jochim, Director and Co-Founder at Cueva Gallery. Twitter: @_bblurred “Freedom” by diavlex, courtesy ...
  • Exploring Gender through the Lens of Computer Vision with Artist J.Rosenbaum

    Explorations of AI Art— Episode 02 Beth Jochim, Director and Co-Founder at Cueva Gallery. Twitter: @_bblurred “Many people feel that there is a ‘...
  • Experiencing Generative Art with Dutch artist Jeroen van der Most: Towards the Discovery of the Inner Self

    Explorations of AI Art— Episode 01 Beth Jochim, Director and Co-Founder at Cueva Gallery. Twitter: @_bblurred “Science and art sometimes can touc...
  • Collecting Generative Art: An Emerging Culture

    This year, 2019, opened with several networking events that have seen the gathering of a diverse group of people, including artists, data designers, creative coders, AI explorers, and developers in order to discuss the future of generative art in the industry and beyond.
  • A Moment in the Disruptive Art of Albert Barqué-Duran

    Explorations of AI Art— Episode 03 Beth Jochim, Director and Co-Founder at Cueva Gallery. Twitter: @_bblurred “I realised how powerful are some...
  • Where is Generative Art headed?

    When last October Christie’s sold a GAN-generated portrait painting titled “Edmond de Belamy” for the unexpected amount of $432,500, it was clear that something new was happening in the art world. All of a sudden journalists and newspapers were concerned with the machine-artist that could compete, challenge and perhaps overcome the human one. This has triggered discussions of various kinds, including the aspects of creativity, and where this new genre will bring the art world.
  • Can AI Enhance Human Creativity?

    The mysterious ways of a creative mind: what is creativity?

    The interconnection of creativity with human intelligence, individuality, and neurological processes, is a dynamic and exciting field to study and to work in. Over time, creativity has been of central interest to disciplines such as cognitive science, philosophy, education, technology, economics, linguistics, psychology, and neuroscience — just to mention a few.