On the Relationship Between Post-Internet Art and Fashion Design practice
January 2019, Viktor & Rolf presented their Haute Couture collection in Paris and created a social media frenzy. The memefied collection titled Fashion Statements proposed voluminous dresses stating: “I am my own muse”, “Is fashion overrated?”, “What is your position on climate change?”, “Give a damn”; ready for online circulation. The dresses went viral on social media, shared widely across every fashion and meme-raker’s Instagram accounts.
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Participatory AI – How to make better AI?
An introduction into participatory design methodology for AI by Christine Meinders and Jana Thompson (and inspired by the Feminist.AI community).
AI, Can You See Me?
How does artificial intelligence recognize faces – and why does it not work with black people? A creative inquiry into the bias of image recognition tools by guest author Iyo Bisseck.
The Good, the Bad and the Playful Fake
How do new technological methods of altering video and images shape our understanding of fake and real? A little history of image manipulation by guest author Annet Dekker.