Generative Art and Computational Creativity
Our next Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) is this Thursday March 30, 5:30pm at the Beach Museum.
This month’s event will feature special guest speaker Philippe Pasquier. Dr. Pasquier is an associate professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University. He conducts both a scientific and artistic research agenda. His research focuses on building deeper theories for endowing machines with autonomous behaviours, with a focus on creative and artistic applications.
Patricia Melton of the Department of Art’s Digital/Experimental Media program recently presented her work at the Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the capital in Topeka on February 15th. Patricia project “The Cicada: Interactive Art Promoting Healthier Human-Insect Relationships” is an exploration of alternative modes of interaction with living organisms. The interactive Cicada invites the participant to interact by applying pressure and responding by triggering sound, images and video. Only 5 K-State students were selected by the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry for this prestigious event. Congratulations, Patricia!
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