A good analogy that I often turn to is that the AI genre is probably where graffiti art was right before the turn of the century. Street art was some of the most interesting art out there, but was completely ignored by the art world. In a similar manner, it is obvious to me that today’s AI artists are the Avant-garde . It should therefore only be a matter of time before the public realizes it.
… a new medium or a partner, while others will continue using today’s media and modes of production. In the future, even the act of rejecting it may be a conscious statement, just as photorealistic painting is a statement today. Any artistic gesture toward machine intelligence — whether negative, positive, both, or neither — s…
…ive to creative art from obscure high-tech gizmos that have never been bent to an artistic purpose. Dragging the most crabbed and arcane debris of a tech revolution into some realm of artistic expression — — that’s considered an act of distinct cachet in this hacker-like art community.
…been produced that fulfills the original specs for the Dynabook, including the iPhone and the iPad. In fact, mobile computers, he says, have turned out to be mind-numbing consumption devices — sophisticated televisions — rather than the wheels for the mind that Steve Jobs envisioned.