C-DaRE invites… is curated conversations about the role of dance, movement and the body in society and culture

  • AI-generated art

    AI-generated art

    There’s been a lot of recent coverage of AI generated art in the last weeks. Here is some of that coverage that caught my eye. Tech writer Ben Thompson has written a detailed overview of the changing nature of economics and work in The AI unbundling. He describes the idea propagation value chain in which…

  • screen recording of Encoding Embodied Creativity symposium

    This is the screen recording of the Encoding Embodied Creativity symposium curated by Daniel Bisig as part of C-DaRE invites… Chapter markers: Introduction: 00:00:00 Daniel Bisig: 00:03:48 Gilles Jobin: 00:07:58 Pablo Palacio and Muriel Romero: 00:38:57 Ruth Gibson: 01:18:06 Anton Koch: 01:54:29 Anna Pakes: 02:24:27 Fumiya Iida: 03:06:43 General Discussion: 03:35:49

  • Daniel Bisig – generative art and machine learning

    In this talk from 1 July 2020, C-DaRE’s Marie Curie Fellow Daniel Bisig introduces the early planning for his fellowship on developing machine learning models in art making. Daniel curated and presented a symposium at the end of his fellowship called Encoding Embodied Creativity (7 September 2022).

  • GAP_E(thics): video document

    Video record of conversation held online and at C-DaRE exploring technology and ethics. You can view the session’s C-DaRE invites page at cdareinvites.coventry.ac.uk/the-body-and-ai/gap_ethics/.

  • discussing C-DaRE invites for Animated

    C-DaRE Invites… grew from a research seminar series that was initially a traditional research dissemination platform, where academics and researchers from within the Centre and external collaborators would present their research to mostly an internal audience, with some external participants joining from the local area. Kate Marsh and Lily Hayward-Smith became involved in 2018 and…

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