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FREE ENTRY  /  Arts Council of the Brazos Valley - Aberrant Creativity
FREE ENTRY  /  Arts Council of the Brazos Valley - Aberrant Creativity

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Fee: Free / Prize: $500 + Exhibition

FREE ENTRY / Arts Council of the Brazos Valley - Aberrant Creativity

Discipline: Multi-Discipline. The School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts at Texas A&M University and the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley announce a call for work for Aberrant Creativity, a juried, international art exhibition...

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29 set 2023, 23:30

Fee: Free / Prize: $500 + Exhibition

About the event

The School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts at Texas A&M University and the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley announce a call for work for Aberrant Creativity, a juried, international art exhibition.

The rise of artificial intelligence-generated art has made many artists rightly nervous. How artists can properly respond to AI is a pressing and open question.

Donna Harraway, in her “Cyborg Manifesto” (1985) wrote: “The machine is not an it to be animated, worshiped and dominated. The machine is us, our processes, an aspect of our embodiment. We can be responsible for machines; they do not dominate or threaten us. We are responsible for boundaries; we are they.”

With this exhibition, we want to create a space to explore the boundaries between our machines and ourselves; an opportunity for artists to challenge AI, to seduce AI into creative partnership, or lead it astray into play and joy. We hope to encourage responsible artistic experiments in embodiment and subversion, invention and hacking, community and connection between the human and the machine, and to exhibit these endeavors as opportunities to enter a strange new world.

Alongside the physical exhibition, there will be a virtual twin hosted online. The virtual exhibition will be live one week after the physical exhibition has opened. The link will be made public and shared at the time of the installation.

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