Choreomata: Performance and Performativity after AI

Roberto Alonso Trillo* (Editor), Marek Poliks (Editor), Anna Munster, Ned Rossiter, Luciana Parisi, Barbara Bolt, Keith Tilford, Reza Negarestani, Jonathan Impett, Jon McCormack, AA Cavia, Sofian Audry, Davor Vincze, Catie Cuan, Sasha Stiles, Refik Anadol, Pelin Kivrak, Tomas Musil, Klára Vosecká, Rudolf RosaAlexander Schubert, Mattin, Peter AC Nelson, Jennifer Walshe

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Abstract

Is AI becoming more and more expressive, or is human thought adopting more and more structures from computation? What does it mean to perform oneself through AI, or to construct one’s subjectivity through AI? How does AI continue to complicate what it means to have a body? Has the golden age of AI, especially with regards to creative applications, already ended?

Choreomata is a book about performance and performativity, but more specifically it is a book about the performance of artificiality and the performance of intelligence. Both humans and human-designed computational forces are thoroughly engaged in an entangled, mutual performance of AI. Choreomata spins up a latticework of interdisciplinary thought, pairing theoretical inquiry from philosophy, information theory, and computer science with practical case studies from visual art, dance, music, and social theory.

Through cross-disciplinary proportions and a diverse roster of contributors, this book contains insights for computer scientists, social scientists, industry professionals, artists, and beyond.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages528
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9781003312338
ISBN (Print)9781032319919, 9781032319988
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 21 Dec 2023

Scopus Subject Areas

  • Music

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