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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

2016.12.02 | Research

Turn On Literature: A new EU-project involving the Poetry Machines

A new EU-project includes a further development, distribution and translation of the Poetry Machines. Two new partners join in – a library in Norway and a library in Romania.

2016.06.03 | News type

Digital artist-researchers’ codework picked for Hong Kong media art retrospective

An interactive Twitter installation about automated production, collective intelligence, and the value of labour and artistic production has been selected for a high profile showcase of Hong Kong video and media art from the past 30 years.

2016.05.18 | PhD defence

PhD Defence: Magda Tyżlik-Carver

CURATING IN/AS COMMON/S posthuman curating and computational cultures

2014.09.11 | Art, culture and media

The Urban Interface

Søren Pold speaking about urbanity, it and surveillance at Creative Mornings, Aarhus.