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|Title:||Wandering machines narrativity in generative art||Authors:||Todorović, Vladimir
|Keywords:||Visual arts and music::Media||Issue Date:||2019||Source:||Todorovic, T., & Grba, D. (2019). Wandering machines narrativity in generative art. Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts, 11(2), 50-58. doi:10.7559/citarj.v11i2.664||Journal:||Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts||Abstract:||The development of automatic narrative systems has been largely driven by the engineering tendency to anthropomorphize the machine logic so they can ‘tell stories’ similar to how humans do. From the artists’ perspective, however, the experimentation with their media is often more important than the (plausibility of) storytelling, and it often unfolds in non-verbal events that have a potential to generate diverse narratives through the experience of the audience. We discuss the emergence of the creative practices that enrich the poetic repertoire of new media art by playfully utilizing the machine flaws, irregularities, errors and systemic technical imperfections thus revealing the human biases and fallacies entangled with technology. One of the implications of these practices is that if AI research opens up a broader space in which a machine could achieve its own authorial voice, our concept and understanding of the narrative would need to be reconsidered.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/138446||ISSN:||2183-0088||DOI:||10.7559/citarj.v11i2.664||Rights:||© The Author(s). (Published by the Portuguese Catholic University). This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.||Fulltext Permission:||open||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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