In today’s episode I welcome you to the Museum of Non-Human Art, a brand new gallery full of art made entirely by machines, computers, algorithms, robots and other non-human entities.
I hope your enjoy your visit.
- Elizabeth Stephens, Australian Research Council Future Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Queensland
- Michael Noll, computer artist, professor emeritus at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California
- Ahmed Elgammel, director of the The Art & Artificial Intelligence Lab at Rutgers University
- Orit Gat, art critic & writer
- Xiaoyu Weng, Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Associate Curator of Chinese Art at the Guggenheim
- Do Androids Dream of Electric Bananas?
- Machines in the Garden
- Automata by Jacquet-Droz
- The Story of Jacquet-Droz
- When the Machine Made Art
- “Incredible Machine” (1968) — main-title animation sequence for award-winning movie by Owen Murphy Productions for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company.
- “Patterns by 7090,” by Michael Noll
- “Computer Generated Ballet” by Michael Noll
- Human or Machine: A Subjective Comparison of Piet Mondrian’s ‘Composition with Lines’ and a Computer–Generated Picture
- CAN: Creative Adversarial Networks Generating “Art” by Learning About Styles and
- Deviating from Style Norms
- Quantifying Creativity in Art Networks
- Large-Scale Classification of Fine-Art Paintings: Learning the Right Metric on the Right Feature
- A Computer Vision System for Artistic Influence Mining
- Tales of Our Time Exhibit at the Guggenheim
- Sun Yuan & Peng Yu: Tales of Our Time
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