ARS ARTIFICIALIS AI COMBINATORIAL ART EXHIBITION
DetailsBristol Art Gallery opens a call for entries of art works created using DIY or off-the-shelf AI art generators for “Ars Artificialis” exhibition. The exhibition is inspired by the father of the Artificial Intelligence, Catalonian philosopher Ramon Llull (1232–1316), who “succeeded in creating a universal science, based on the algebraic notation of its basic concepts and their combination by means of mechanical figures” . There is no submission fee and selected entries will be exhibited at the virtual exhibition for free. Entries selected for physical exhibition at will attract printing fees.
Irina Petrova Adamatzky (UK)
Antoni Gandia (Catalonia), Alessandro Chiolerio (Italy), Genaro Martinez (Mexico), Jordi Vallverdú (Catalonia), Konrad Szaciłowski (Poland), Andrew Adamatzky (UK)
Copyright of the images will remain at all times with the author.
Usage of images
Selected entries will be presented to the public at the ‘Ars Artificialis: AI Combinatorial Art Exhibition’ exhibition. The exhibition will be in virtual (assets.artplacer.com) and, if sufficient number of high quality entries secured, physical (The Island, Bristol, UK) forms.
 A. Fedora and C. Sierra. Ramon Llull, from the Ars Magna to Artificial Intelligence, Barcelona: Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, 2011.
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