THURSDAY 13 FEBRUARY > 10:30 am
Auditorium Grenoble INP
French/English simultaneous translation
After the arrival of the computer and then that of algorithms and the massive realm of artificial intelligence, what role in the contexts of IT tools can be given to sensitive experiences, poetry and dreams? What aesthetic approach of the digital world do computer code and algorithms give us? What do artists understand from them? What new narratives do they enable us to invent? What new forms of narration? Envisaging a poetic computer code enables us to stretch beyond the image of a high-performing efficient technology and to see an intrinsically aesthetic technology that is poetic and hence artistic.
Philippe Bootz, Physics Lecturer, Doctor in Physics, Doctor in IT and Communication, Senior Lecturer at the University of Paris 8 authorised to direct research, Member of the Executive Committee of the Ecole Universitaire de Recherche, ArTeC Researcher, Paris 8
Yann Nguema, Multimedia Artist (P.R.I.S.M)
Claire Richard, Author, Journalist, Translator, Editor in Chief Digital Society Forum
Presented as part of the European Artificial Intelligence Lab project co-funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe programme and IDEX - UGA.