AI and Artistic Identity: A talk with Digital Interaction Artist Tim Murray-Browne

Membership plan: Going Deeper | Topics: Game Audio and Immersive Technologies, Music Production

Course overview

Tim Murray-Browne is a digital interaction artist, engineer, and coder whose work explores AI, embodiment and how technology shapes our minds. Tim has created award-winning installations that connect dance, image, sound and algorithm to create interactive systems that aim to recover the parts of human wildness left behind by technology.

In this talk Tim explores how with AI some tools do too much work for an artist and prevents them from developing their own voice. Tim explores the friction in this question and whether AI can be incorporated into an artist’s practice without the loss of identity.

Who is this session for?

  • Ideal for those looking to understand how AI can be integrated into their artistic practice without compromising their unique voice and identity
  • Perfect for individuals interested in the intersection of AI, art, and human interaction, and how technology can both aid and challenge creative expression
  • A must-attend for admirers of Tim Murray-Browne's award-winning work and those curious about the future of interactive systems that blend dance, image, sound, and algorithms

Session materials and Zoom link

  • Recording of talk with Tim Murray Browne

Requirements

  • A Internet connection

Course schedule

Meet your instructor

Tim Murray-Browne is a digital interaction artist, engineer, coder and researcher based between Montreal, Glasgow and London. His work explores AI, embodiment and how technology shapes our minds. Holding a first-class degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Oxford University and a PhD in Interactive Music from Queen Mary University of London, he connects dance, image, sound and algorithm to create interactive systems that aim to recover the parts of human wildness left behind by technology. He shares the emergent critical perspectives on technology, art and AI in his newsletter ARTâ‹‚CODE.

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