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European ARTificial Intelligence Lab


The latest developments in artificial intelligence truly are astonishing, and they will soon be advancing exponentially with the increasing scientific and economic power that is invested by the big companies. The European ARTificial Intelligence Lab brings AI related scientific and technological topics to general citizens and art audiences in order to contribute to a critical and reflective society. The project is focusing on aspects beyond the technological and economic horizon to scrutinize cultural, psychological, philosophical and spiritual aspects. From the perspective of 13 major cultural operators in Europe, the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab centers visions, expectations and fears that we associate with the conception of a future, all-encompassing artificial intelligence. The artistic practice of creative exploration and experimental appropriation of new technologies triggered a wide interest from professionals from other industry disciplines. The European ARTificial Intelligence Lab fosters the position of artists regarding their exploitation of new business models, activity fields, and professional networks. An extensive activity programme in the form of exhibitions, labs, workshops, conferences, talks, performances, concerts, mentorings, and residencies will foster interdisciplinary work, transnational mobility and intercultural exchange. In total, the project will realize 211 activities such as 26 residencies, 22 exhibitions, 23 workshops, 9 performances and 32 discursive programs.

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Supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Commission

Partners are Ars Electronica in Linz, Center for the promotion of science in Belgrade, Zaragoza City of Knowledge Foundation, Laboral in Gijon, Kapelica Gallery-Kersnikova in Ljubljana, Science Gallery in Dublin, Onassis Cultural Center in Athens, Culturyard-clickfestival in Helsingør , L’Atelier Art Science in Grenoble, SOU Festival in Tbilisi, le lieu unique in Nantes and Waag Society in Amsterdam
Picture Félix Luque Sánchez 'Nihil ex Nihilo: The Dialogue'. Installation detail Brussels In SongEun, 2019, SongEun Art Space