Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Research Group (AIAARG)

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Outline

Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Research Group (AIAARG) was launched on May 1, 2016 by artist Hideki Nakazawa, Mika Kusakari and 29 organizers in total with the “Manifesto of Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics” as one of the foundations. Main activities include holding a research meeting about once every 1.5 months, organizing exhibitions and concerts, making and exhibiting works, publishment. Because it is not a membership system, in principle anyone can participate.

Foundation [J]
Manifesto



Information 2021

May 01 (Sat)
[5th Anniversary] The 35th AIAAR Meeting “What If AI Composed for Mr. S? - 6 (Closed)” [J]
Date: May 01 (Sat) 15:00-23:00
Venue: Some place in Tokyo
Panelist: Not disclosed (No audience, no webcasting)

Apr 07 (Wed)
The 34th AIAAR Meeting x DOMMUNE “What If AI Composed for Mr. S? - 5” [J]
Date: April 7 (Wed) 20:00-24:00
Venue: SUPERDOMMUNE (Tokyo) (webcasting with spectators at the venue)
Panelist: Masami Fujii, Nao Tokui, Yutaka Tsukada, Naohiro Ukawa, Hideki Nakazawa, Mika Kusakari

Apr 03 (Sat)
The 33rd AI Art & Aesthetics Research Meeting “What If AI Composed for Mr. S? - 4”
Date: April 3 (Sat) 14:00-18:50
Venue: Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa (Kyoto)
Lecture: Toshio Nakagawa, Shigeaki Saegusa, Takashi Yoshimatsu, Seiji Choki (Remote), Hideki Nakazawa, Mika Kusakari

Mar 27 (Sat)
The 32nd AI Art & Aesthetics Research Meeting “What If AI Composed for Mr. S? - 3”
Date: March 27 (Sat) 14:00-18:00
Venue: Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa (Kyoto)
Opening Address (plan): Noi Sawaragi
Lecture: Akeo Okada, Akira Tatehata, Hideki Nakazawa, Mika Kusakari

Mid-March
Release of the book “S/N: What If AI Composed for Mr. S?”
In Collaboration with Goethe-Institut Osaka Kyoto

Feb 06 (Sat)
Announcement “Feb 6, The Press Conference”

Feb 05 (Fri)
Announcement “Feb 5, The Ghostwriting Revealed”
Re-webcasting by DOMMUNE “Conlon Nancarrow / Mr. S” Potential for AI Music [J]

Jan 23 (Sat) - Apr 11 (Sun)
“Bubbles/Debris: Art of the Heisei Period 1989-2019” curated and supervised by Noi Sawaragi held at Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art