Re: [-empyre-] meta view
I'm sorry if my careless use of the word 'humorously' implied that the idea
was silly - far from it. One of the interesting aspects of the field is that
the same toolset that is used to "make" art can also be used to analyse
concepts like creativity and aesthetics.
This is not a silly idea, in fact some people working with
artificial evolution have discussed the idea of a population of
artificial "critics" which also evolve, and in fact co-evolve with
the artwork. Image breeder Steven Rooke (apprently offline now) was
one of these... Steven's work has always been concerned with a quite
metaphysical idea of "beyond".
Rob Saunder's work is of interest in this regard:
(the pdf file referred to is over 25MB BTW!)
Also of interest:
Also try googling "computational aesthetics" (no quotes) for an
interesting set of links.
Paul Brown PO Box 413, Cotton Tree QLD 4558, Australia
mob 0419 72 74 85 fax +1 309 216 9900
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