At the Linz FMR 23 Festival for art in digital contexts and public spaces, the 3rd crate of our ongoing Wolfskind Project will be presented for the first time. The HALLUC Crate, as the VR installation is named, contains research materials and digital sketches for programs that make a hypothetical attempt to visualise the way AI configurations deal with internally evoked imagery. Or, to put it more comprehensibly: How do we expect artificial intelligence to hallucinate?
participants: !Mediengruppe Bitnik (DE/CH/CR), Anne Fehres & Luke Conroy (NL/AU), Clemens Stöttinger (AT), Clusterduck (IT/FR/DE), Constant Dullaart (NL), Dennis de Bel & Anton Linus Jehle (NL/DE), Julian Oliver & Gordan Savicic (NZ/AT/CH), Julian Stadon (AU), Justin Tyler Tate (CA), Marie-Luce Nadal (FR), Marisa Olson (US), Mitra Azar (IT), raumarbeiterinnen (DE/AT), S.Myselle (AT), S()fia Braga (IT), Studer/van den Berg (CH), Students from the Department of Media Design (Teacher Training) at University of Arts Linz (AT), Swaeny Nina Kersaan (NL), TinTin Patrone (DE), ViaOral (NL)
participants: Andy Picci, Erika Marthins, Tabita Rezaire, Studio Above & Below, Studer / van den Berg, Marc Lee, MengXuan Sun, Tamiko Thiel, Mélodie Mousset & Eduardo Fouilloux, Manuel Rossner