It has been a recent interest of mine to explore the worlds of machine learning and generative text in the context of Art. In particular, I have attempted to devise a system which can automatically generate art reviews and critiques …
Author Archives: Luca Damasco
20 Apr 2016
For my final project I’m interested in creating a “critiquing machine”.
In short, I’d like to have interactors upload an image, and my program will return a piece of text which is formatted in the style of a critique or …
05 Apr 2016
Teenie Harris was a professional photographer in Pittsburgh’s Hill District from the 1930’s through the 1970’s. His work catalogued the lives of Pittsburgh’s African American community for generations. After his death in the late 1990’s, Teenie left behind an archive …
23 Mar 2016
I’ve chosen the “Teenie” Harris archive as my dataset. “Teenie” Harris was a professional photographer who photographed over 80,000 images between 1930 to his death in 1998, documenting the cultural experiences of Pittsburgh’s African American population. A breakthrough in this …
23 Feb 2016
For my map assignment, I am intent on mapping the space of the world’s current most popular online game, League of Legends. Rather than create a standard death heat map for the game like this one
I intend to map …
16 Feb 2016
Zach Rispoli’s “Post Human Bot” was a phenomenally clever idea which combined some impressive technical traits with a truly interesting idea. Zach injects his signature style into each and every render his bot produces. Viewing these abstract depictions of bodily …
01 Feb 2016
Two Ofx Addons and Twitter Bot
For my ofx addon project, I created @ThisThingIs. @ThisThingIs is a twitter bot which can be tweeted an image and then respond to that tweet with the results of that image being run …
21 Jan 2016
“Dr. Bogo“, “Reverend Bogo” and “Fred Bogo : Internet Consultant” are a collection of twitter bots created by Zach Rispoli which purposefully send tailored spam messages from around the internet.
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18 Jan 2016
14 Jan 2016
Delicate Boundaries from csugrue on Vimeo.
Christine Sugrue’s “Delicate Boundaries” showcases an incredible interaction between the art’s participants and the art itself. Participants watch small, amoeba like creatures crawl from a projected scene onto their bodies, effectively making them …