Category: Athena Dataset

The Art in Artificial Interview Series Now on YouTube

After posting all the “Art in Artificial” interviews to YouTube, we revisited our 2020 Alife Conference presentation, also on YouTube.

Tiny Dataset Project Continued

In this instance, the genetic algorithm pulled from the octagon and triangle parts of all 500+ Dancing Stars.

The Athena Dataset in Sustainable Sterling Silver

A sterling silver casting process that starts with a 3d model and ends with a metal-cast piece.

Experimenting with Tiny Datasets

Our genetic algorithm is a locally-Made-Meaningful-Machine

The Athena Dataset

The Athena Dataset is a series of remixes, iterations, constructions, and deconstructions.

Making (And Giving Away) Tiny Prints of the Athena Dataset

Below are notes on how the Athena Dataset was pictured using a mini 3D printed printing press. Invoices for materials are shared for those interested in working with the press. Making mini prints with this 3d-printed printing press from Open Press. Printed in ABS. Tools used to make these original monotypes include a 3d printer, […]

Making Liquid Architectures with the Athena Dataset

Here’s a video made by the student employees in the UVM FabLab; it shows the work they contributed to fabricating the sculptures in the exhibition, Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories.

Installation Shots From Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories

For the gallery of images follow this link. There are so many people to thank for the great success of the first showing of Liquid Architectures. I’ll highlight the program here but also want to thank University Communications and particularly Bailey Beltramo, Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist, and Josh Defibaugh for exhibition documentation.

2022 – Ongoing | Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories

Photo of 3d-printed printer used to make these prints.

Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories first showing at UVM’s Francis Colburn Gallery.
Exhibition Question Box results, so many questions!

Managing the Complexity Of A Collaborative Generative Art Practice

Special shout out to my fellow-presenters and panelists at this year’s College Art Association Annual Conference! It was in inspiring display of innovative digital humanties projects, facilitated by forward-thinking librarians. Appraising Your Research as Data: Managing, Visualizing, and Preserving Your ScholarshipArt Libraries Society of North America2/19/22 Chairs: Kim Collins, Emory UniversityKate Cunningham, University of Buffalo […]