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MAA 7: Artificial Aesthetics

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Artificial Aesthetics
LIA
https://www.liaworks.com/
Artificial Aesthetics
Miquel Carvalhais
Kybernetika a morfogeneze
Turing
Wolfram
Wienerovy automaty (biologické i mechanické)
MAA7
#transkódování
#mapping
digitální estetické systémy
Výpočetní vesmír
Quayola
— Karl Sims, Evolved Virtual Creatures (1994);
— Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau, A-Volve (1994);
— Mario Klingemann, Ornamism (2005);
— Jonathan Harris & Sep Kamvar, We Feel Fine (2006);
— Karsten Schmidt, Print magazine August 2008 cover design (2008)

Art&Artificial Life
Sound input
Software Art
Net Art
Art/ Artificial Life
Ralf Baecker
RECHNENDER RAUM
https://imc.zih.tu-dresden.de/imc/
Andreas Deutsch
It's alive!
Computational Classes
In either case, all computational systems can be classified as belonging to one of four
classes identified by Wolfram in the 1980s 213 and discussed at length in his book A
New Kind of Science (2002). Based on the observation of the patterns produced by
the outputs of several computational systems, but more systematically in the mapping
of the outputs of all the 256 possible rules for the programming of two-color
two-dimensional cellular automata, Wolfram noticed that while the output of every
process differed in detail, the number of different types of patterns found in all the
outputs was limited and could be fitted into just four classes of behavior that he
numbered in order of their increasing complexity (231).
— Matthew Lewis, Sketch (1998);
— Mark Napier, Black & White (2003);
— Jared Tarbell, Happy Place (2004);
— Leonardo Solaas, Dreamlines (2005b);
— C.E.B. Reas, Process series (2007; 2006a-f);

— Alex Dragulescu, Extrusions in C Major (2006);
— Boris Müller, Poetry on the Road (2006a);
— Lab[au], 594 Pixflow #2 (2007a);
— Eno Henze, Der Wirklichkeitsschaum (2007);
— Brandon Morse, A Confidence of Vertices (2008);
— Karsten Schmidt, Enerugii (2008b);
— Andreas Nicolas Fischer, A Week in the Life (2008b);
— FIELD, 595 Animations for Aol. Rebrand (2009);
— Paul Prudence, Talysis II (2009b)
— Soda, Soda Constructor (2000);
— Marius Watz, Amoebaabstract 01, 02 and 03 (2002a-c);
— Jared Tarbell, Substrate (2003);
— Meta, Emeral (2004) and Folia (2007);
— Karsten Schmidt, Print magazine August 2008 cover design (2008e);
— Andreas Muxel, Connect (2008a);
— Universal Everything and Karsten Schmidt, Forever (2008a);
— Erik Natzke, works from the Colors of Nature exhibition: Found, Rouge, Shine
and Crimson (2009a-d)

https://www.carvalhais.org/txt/Carvalhais2010.pdf
Jon McCormack
http://jonmccormack.info/artworks/niche-constructions/
Refik Anadol
http://www.refikanadol.com
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