TALKS, CONFERENCES & EVENTS
AudioStellar at the Tokyo University of the Arts
AudioStellar Project was presented at the workshop on Artificial Intelligence applied to Music Composition held at the Tokyo University of the Arts. Agustín Spinetto gave a talk about AudioStellar sampler-like software instrument and how it uses AI to generate a 2D intelligent audio map to organize audio samples by their audio spectrally characteristics.
Leandro Garber and Tomás Ciccola traveled to Brazil to present a demo version of AudioStellar. The project is part of the research carried out both in the Machine Learning & Art Lab within the MUNTREF Center for Art and Science. Currently the project has the participation of several thesis students of Electronic Arts and is open to the incorporation of other students who wish to collaborate.
The NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) sessions were held at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sol between June 3 and 6.
Open Code Exhibition
Zentrum für Kunst und Medien - ZKM Karlsruhe
What kind of relationships can be established among Art and Neuroscience?
Mariano Sardón talked about some of his artistic processes among Art and Neuroscience he has been doing with the Argentinian neuroscientist Mariano Sigman since 2010.
He showed some examples around their production, opening his “artistic code” for exhibiting the way concepts, methods and materials are correlated between Art and Science.
He went deeper in their way to work in collaboration in order to give some cues about the contexts for creativity and transdisciplinarity.
Credit: Elias Siebert
Credit: Tanja Meißner