What's A.I. art? We've heard that A.I. writes poetry, creates art and makes music. In this course, we will read news, theory and work from A.I. labors. Starting with mimicking the A.I., you will generate new work, future your research and interact with your robotic self.
Chia-Lun Chang is the author of One Day We Become Whites (ND/SA, 2016). Recent work appears in the Asiya Wadud: Echo Exhibit, Apogee, Sink Review, Brooklyn Poets, and Poetry Society of America. A Jerome Hill Artist Fellow, she has received support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Tofte Lake Center, Cave Canem Workshop, Vermont Studio Center and Poets House. She has performed at MoMA PS1, Ace Hotel, the Poetry Project and Queens Museum, and lectured at Pratt Institute, Queens College, and New York Foundation for the Arts. Chia-Lun teaches contemporary Taiwanese poetry at the Brooklyn Public Library and writes for chatbots. Born and raised in New Taipei City, Taiwan, she lives in New York City. You can find her at https://www.chialunchang.com
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