The studio envisions machines permeating into every fabric of our lives, becoming a dynamic medium between humans, nature, and computers. Through prototyping such futures, the studio challenges the fear and criticism around AI and automation and demonstrates how natural and synthetic systems can co-exist and co-evolve.

Creative machines research explores a greater aesthetic or broader aesthetic, earned through co-agency rather than one plus one kind of collaboration between human and machine.

Creative machines research explores a greater aesthetic or broader aesthetic, earned through co-agency rather than one plus one kind of collaboration between human and machine.

Musical instruments or brushes for painters are excellent examples of how tools have coexisted and coevolved with history of art. The studio reinvents these tools, thereby the creative processes accompanied by them, powered by computational and mechanical capabilities mediating between an artist and his/her medium.

Musical instruments or brushes for painters are excellent examples of how tools have coexisted and coevolved with history of art. The studio reinvents these tools, thereby the creative processes accompanied by them, powered by computational and mechanical capabilities mediating between an artist and his/her medium.

Dielectric Studio is a multimedia research studio based in Boston and Brooklyn founded by Sang-won Leigh (www.sangww.net) and Harpreet Sareen (www.harpreetsareen.com), graduates from MIT Media Lab. The studio develops technology-based art and design projects, focusing on turning speculative ideas into live experiences.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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