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A.I. Art: Tuboid

A.I. Art: Tuboid


The Dutch design team Driessens and Verstappen (Erwin Driessens and
Maria Verstappen) created Tuboid (2000), a program that uses artificial evolution to create endless, everchanging tunnels.

“The tube is created by joining together segments that each have a slightly different shape. The successive segments are generated by an internal drawing mechanism that looks for outlines that do not intersect themselves. The wormlike membrane thus formed can be observed in two ways, as a space or as a sculpture. Using Tuboid in tunnel mode you can go on an infinitely virtual journey through the interior, while the Tuboid sculptures show the external plastic form.”
A.I. in art is not new. Harold Cohen is the author of the celebrated AARON computer program, an ongoing research effort in autonomous machine (art making) intelligence which began when he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Artificial Intelligence Lab in 1973. Harold Cohen and Ray Kurzweil
Together, Cohen and AARON have exhibited at London’s Tate Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum and many more of the world’s major art spaces.

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