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09 DECEMBER 2013

Goldsmiths Department of Art MA: Computational Aesthetics

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2013algorithmic architecturecomputational aestheticscomputational arts • computational character • computational ordering • computational structures • computational systemscomputer artconceptual artcritical discoursedatabase as cultural formdigital aestheticsdigital artfine artGoldsmiths College (University of London)information systems • logico-mathematical means • Maria Beatrice Fazi • mathematicsmathesis • Matt Fuller • mediality • medium specificitymodern artmodes of existenceorder of thingsordering • present art • programmatic declaration • rule-based worksoftware studiessupermarketssystematisationtheory of substantial formsvideo lecturevisual art

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Simon Perkins
07 MAY 2011

DataisNature: weblog of computational art

"Dataisnature is a weblog of personal and recreational research containing information and links covering the following topics – Robot Art, Algorithmic and Procedural Art, Computational Aesthetics, Glitch Aesthetics, Vj'ing, Video Art, Computational Archaeology and similar subjects. My impetus behind this weblog is to share and collate my findings in a central repository and publish for the benefit of interested communities."

(Paul Prudence)

Fig.1,2 "A test/sketch video sent to Francisco Lopez while working on a collaborative ambisonic audio–visual performance."

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algorithmalgorithmic artartistartistic practice • audio responsive visual feedback • central repository • communities of interestcomputational aesthetics • computational archaeology • computational designcomputational systemscreative practicedesign formalism • Francisco Lopez • generativegenerative designglitch aestheticspatternPaul Prudenceprocedural artprocess art • processed video • real-timerobot artstructured repositoryvideo artvisual musicvisual spectaclevisualisationVJweblog

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Simon Perkins
16 OCTOBER 2009

Goldsmiths Interaction Research Studio

"The Interaction Research Studio explores the design of computational systems for everyday life. Our practice–based research integrates design–led research methods with work on embedded and ubiquitous technologies to produce prototype products embodying new concepts for interaction. We don't pursue design as problem solving, but instead design products to create situations that encourage playfulness, exploration and insight."

(Interaction Research Studio)

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Simon Perkins
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