Tuesday 16 to Wednesday 17 May 2006
Including two public events:
Lecture by William Latham at Goldsmiths, 5:30pm Monday 15th
Creative Cyborgs at the Dana Centre, 7pm Tuesday 16th
The Computational Models of Creativity in the Arts workshop will examine new directions in:
• the application of computational and generative methodologies in the arts and related creative disciplines
• computational approaches to creativity, cognition and aesthetics
• the application of artificial intelligence and artificial life
• the application of evolutionary and adaptive systems
• cultural applications of computing and digital electronics in general
This workshop will bring together practitioners and researchers who are involved in the use of computational systems in the fine and performing arts, literature, design and animation as well as the associated fields of aesthetics, cognitive science, art history and cultural theory.
The public events - at Goldsmiths College and the Dana Centre, Science Museum - will include a performance/exhibition event, curated by BLIP and the Computer Arts Society, followed by drinks and an opportunity to meet likeminded practitioners in this field of innovation.