Ludger Brümmer is a composer, professor of composition, and, since 2003, head of the Institute for Music and Acoustics at the Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe (ZKM), where he initiated the Sound Dome Project. The central focus of his music is the use of the computer both as an artistic means of composition and for of electronic sound production. Brümmer has also realized a series of multimedia and interdisciplinary projects, experimental music pieces, compositions for dance and live electronics, and is interested in the interaction between acoustic instruments and live video.
AI Activities of the ZKM | Hertz-Lab
The ZKM | Hertz-Lab is a transdisciplinary research and development platform within the Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, operating at the interface of media arts, science and society. The Hertz-Lab focuses on artistic production and media technology research. This presentation gives an insight in the Lab’s AI-related activities. It opens the discussion by linking to their past activities in algorithmic research, presents currently useful applications of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for artistic projects, exemplified trough ongoing cooperations with artists-in-residence or other research institutions as well as in-house productions, and gives an outlook in the Hertz-Lab’s future actions and topics to shape machine learning and artistic research from inside the art institution.
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