VIDEO DOCUMENTATION on »Art and Algorithms«

On November 1and 18, 2022, a conference was held on the topic of Art & Algorithms as part of the research project »Training the Archive.« All presentations were recorded and are available as video on demand on YouTube.

Moderation: Mads Pankow, Berlin
Video & Editing: Arndt Lorenz, Aachen
Design: Off Office, München

»Digital Culture. Fundamentals and Ambivalences of Algorithmisation«
(17.11.2022, 6:15 pm, Prolog: Reflect)

»Future Actions«
(17.11.2022, 6:45 pm, Prolog: Reflect)

»Culture between Humans and Machines: Who Curates Whom?«
(17.11.2022, 7:30 pm, Prolog: Reflect)

»On the Concept of History (in Foundation Models)«
(18.11.2022, 9:15 am, Panel: Select)

»Images on Command. Text-Image Relations in DALL·E 2«
(18.11.2022, 9:50 am, Panel: Select)

»Curatorial Algorithms and Collection Spaces«
(18.11.2022, 10:25 am, Panel: Select)

»Multimodal Models as Cultural Snapshots«
(18.11.2022, 11:30 am, Panel: Retrieve)

»How to Train the Curator’s Machine«
(18.11.2022, 12:05 pm, Panel: Retrieve)

»Pose Estimation for Artworks Retrieval«
(18.11.2022, 12:40 pm, Panel: Retrieve)

»Human-Algorithmic Curation: Between the Visible and Invisible«
(18.11.2022, 2:15 pm, Panel: Combine)

»Old Canon, New Bias«
(18.11.2022, 2:50 pm, Panel: Combine)

»Towards Human-Machine Visual Literacy«
(18.11.2022, 3:25 pm, Panel: Combine)

»Training the Archive« (2020–2023) is a research project that explores the possibilities and risks of AI in relation to the automated structuring of museum collection data to support curatorial practice and artistic production.

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