publication date 2-4-2015
Blame It on the Algorithm
As part of her guest residency at the Rijksakademie guest resident Kari Altmann organizes on Wednesday April 8th at 20:00 hours a discussion on the growing importance of using, rejecting, or contending with algorithms, including in the creation of her own work. Altmann examines the growing extent to which algorithms and big data are increasingly becoming more important in various fields. She invites prof. Dr. Bettina Speckmann, full professor Applied Geometric Algorithms at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Technology Eindhoven and David Wightman, musician, for a discussion about the science, tactics, and feelings of creating content in an algorithmically linked environment.
The conversation will be moderated by curator Melanie Buehler, curator Lunch Bytes Series.
Kari Altmann's guest residency is made possible by Theodora Niemeijer Art and Science Fellowship.
Blame it on the algorithm:
April 8th, 20:00 hours
Kari Altmann, guest resident Rijksakademie, the founder of R-U-In?S and Garden Club
prof. dr. Bettina Speckmann, , full professor of Applied Geometric Algorithms at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Technology Eindhoven
David Wightman, Ph.D. in Musical Composition, DJ GC and member of Sxorpia and Extreme Animals, former lecturer at UCSD
Mail firstname.lastname@example.org to attend the discussion. There are a limited number of places available.