Human Response

Beverley Hood (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract / Description of output

'Human Response' was an invited exhibition curated by Artobotic that sits at the intersection of art and artificial intelligence (AI). Set to be an immersive experience, it challenges our perception of creativity, technology, and their roles in society. The works included were a series of four digital gislee prints, with links to AI generated animations.

This unconventional exhibition is a multifaceted dialogue that showcases a broad spectrum of artistic approaches to AI. Celebrating both the embrace and critique of AI in art, 'Human Response' promises a diverse range of submissions from artists across the globe.

Uniquely, artworks are vended at random from Artobotic machines, blurring the lines between established and emerging artists. Instead of a traditional gallery setup, the exhibition unfolds online, fostering engagement and building a community through social media and newsletters.

Integral to the exhibition is audience participation, sparking conversation through Twitter Spaces and QR code-linked surveys, truly making it a collaborative experience. 'Human Response' embodies the essence of the evolving dialogue between human creativity and AI, seeking to provoke thought, engage audiences, and reshape the future of art.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jul 2023

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