What is Generative Art? From Seminal Experiences to New Frontiers, Adam Hencz, δημοσίευση στο Artland MagazineMarilena Pateraki
Defined as art that was made entirely or partially using an autonomous system, generative art may take different forms, including music, literature, and computer visuals.
Any algorithm, whether mathematical, mechanical, or biological, can describe this system. Nowadays, the autonomous system is usually a machine and algorithm that generates AI art. However, the term in a broader historical sense refers to any non-human entity that is capable of independently choosing aspects of a piece of art that would normally require a direct choice from the artist.
The artist or creator may frequently assert that the whole generative system embodies their original artistic concept. However, there are instances where the machine completely steps into the role of the artist or creator. Besides being a visual medium, generative art has also found applications in other fields such as music (John Cage, Brian Eno) and architecture (Michael Hansmeyer).
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