Artists Meet Machine Learning
A grants program launched at Google I/O, supporting six artists to develop new work with machine learning. In collaboration with Artists + Machine Intelligence.
Meet the Artists
From bringing lost films back to life to an AI oracle from the future
Swapping canvas for code
Three artworks that push the creative potential of machine learning
The Nonsense Laboratory
What does spelling sound like? Allison Parrish uses neural networks to play with the mechanics of sound
Hip Hop Poetry Bot
Can AI rap? Alex Fefegha brings machine learning to life using the work of black artists
Let Me Dream Again
Can machine learning reimagine lost cinema? Anna Ridler trains generative neural networks on fragments of early Hollywood cinema that still exist
Six artists exploring art + ML
The creators making work at the intersection of art and machine learning
Martine uses video and performance to explore representations of blackness.
Paola Torres Núñez del Prado
Paola works with textiles and technology to explore the limits of sensorial experience.
Alex's work explores the collaborative interactions between humans and machines.
Allison’s work addresses the unusual phenomena that blossom when language and computers meet.
Budhaditya explores the materiality, phenomenology and sociability of sound.
Anna works with collections with of information to create new and unusual narratives
Can AI rap?
A project by London-based artist Alex Fefegha
Meet Alex Fefegha
The co-founder of Comuzi Lab, a design studio based in London
Learn more about his project, Hip Hop Poetry Bot
His AI oracle lets you ask the future a question about life - and it will respond in rap
Contribute to the Hip Hop Poetry Bot
An orchestra that conducts itself
A project by Kolkata-based artist Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
Meet Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
A Kolkata-based artist, researcher and writer
Learn more about his project, Dhvāni
A responsive, evolving, and self-regulating sound installation
Bringing lost cinema back to life
A project by London-based artist Anna Ridler
Meet Anna Ridler
An artist and researcher working with collections of information to create new and unusual narratives
Learn more about her project, Let Me Dream Again
A generative film trained on early cinema and edited by hand to create a new narrative
Explore Let Me Dream Again
Can we make human voices?
A project by Los Angeles-based artist Martine Syms
Meet Martine Syms
An American artist based in Los Angeles who works in publishing, video, and performance
Learn more about her project, Neural Swamp
A play across five screens, starring five entities who talk and sing alongside and over each other
The rhythm of nonsense
A project by New York-based artist Allison Parrish
Meet Allison Parrish
A computer programmer, poet, educator, and game designer
Learn more about her project, The Nonsense Laboratory
Adjust, poke at, mangle, curate and compress words with a series of playful tools
Play with the Nonsense Laboratory
Giving voice to traditional Peruvian textiles
A project by Stockholm-based artist Paola Torres Núñez del Prado
Meet Paola Torres Nuñez del Prado
A Peruvian-artist and researcher who explores traditional textiles and patterns using technology
Learn more about her project, Knots of Code
Exploring new meanings of quipus, a pre-Columbian notation system that is based on knots in ropes
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