Is creativity the last frontier – the last refuge of humanity? The 'Artificial Creators: inspired by nature' exhibition explores questions that arise when we talk about creativity and artificial intelligence (AI). What are the roles of Artificial Intelligence and technology in shaping creativity?
In recent years we have witnessed an explosion of interest in artificial intelligence (AI) techniques applied to creativity. This exhibition seeks to take the conversation beyond AI and technology replacing humans and superimposes another layer; to observe how artificial intelligence and human creativity interact and evolve the artistic context. Nature has been a powerful source of artistic inspiration for centuries and still is today – will machines take their inspiration from nature or something else?
Artificial Creators brings together the creations of five artists inspired by nature that have been modified and co-produced by AI. Their work questions how we work with machines to establish new forms of relationship beyond the utilitarian and explores innovative ways of expression that produce new ways of seeing.
– Curated by Blanca Pérez Ferrer and supported by Falmouth University.