Digital Aesthetics Research Center

  • Art in IT / IT in Art


2018.06.27 | News type

2-day workshop: Experimental Creative Writing with Natural Language Processing by Allison Parrish

Workshop: Experimental Creative Writing with Natural Language Processing As part of the Humans and IT research programme (HIT), Digital Aesthetics Research Center (DARC) has invited Allison Parrish, a programmer, poet and educator, to give a two days hands-on workshop regarding the state of the art of natural language processing, exploring…

2018.03.01 | Event type

Open Forum: Computational Thinking and Programming Practice

Teaching to learn, Learning to Teach Open Forum

2018.03.01 | Event type

Lecture by Professor Nick Montfort from MIT

Starting Art & Inquiry from Code: Growing a Project Computationally

About the Center

Digital Aesthetics Research Centre (DARC) is committed to research the relationship of art and aesthetics to the culture and future development of information technology.

Digital art and aesthetical experiments in general (computer games, software art, network art, etc.) test new ways of using digital technology and are often at the forefront of technological development: for instance, what started as hacking of early computers in military research in the sixties later became computer games; experiments with artistic filters in image editing became software art and later applications for smart phones, etc...