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Deadline: May 30, 2023
Winner is: Judged
Entry: Free Entry



Bristol Art Gallery opens a call for entries of art works created using DIY or off-the-shelf AI art generators for “Ars Artificialis” exhibition. The exhibition is inspired by the father of the Artificial Intelligence, Catalonian philosopher Ramon Llull (1232–1316), who “succeeded in creating a universal science, based on the algebraic notation of its basic concepts and their combination by means of mechanical figures” [1]. There is no submission fee and selected entries will be exhibited at the virtual exhibition for free. Entries selected for physical exhibition at will attract printing fees.

Art Curator:
Irina Petrova Adamatzky (UK)

Scientific Advisers:
Antoni Gandia (Catalonia/Switzerland), Alessandro Chiolerio (Italy), Genaro Martinez (Mexico), Jordi Vallverdú (Catalonia), Konrad Szaciłowski (Poland), Andrew Adamatzky (UK)

[1] A. Fedora and C. Sierra. Ramon Llull, from the Ars Magna to Artificial Intelligence, Barcelona: Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, 2011.

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: Selected entries will be exhibited at the virtual exhibition for free.
Selected artists will get a digital certificate and a digital catalogue. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: Copyright of the images will remain at all times with the author. USAGE RIGHTS: Selected entries will be presented to the public at the ‘Ars Artificialis: AI Combinatorial Art Exhibition’ exhibition. The exhibition will be in virtual ( and, if sufficient number of high quality entries secured, physical (The Island, Bristol, UK) forms.

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