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生成式和自治的艺术:对版权法有什么影响?

“我们不仅在与机器“争夺”版权,人与动物也有着新的共创关系。生物艺术(Bio Art)是人类与活组织、细菌、活体和生命过程相结合的艺术实践。艺术家在控制条件框架之下,让这些生物自行生长,交出发展方式的控制权。例如,艺术家Amy Karle利用人类干细胞的智力,创作出作品《再生的圣物》(Regenerative Reliquary,2016)。这是一个3打印的人类手骨架的形状,并将其浸泡在可生物降解的pegda水凝胶中。”

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當代科技藝術的歷史化與關係辯證:「蓋婭:基因、演算、智能設計與自動機_幻我;它境」

“科學提供了關於真理的事實,藝術卻提供了關於真理的意義。當前者被藝術家應用、轉化成藝術形式之後,重點已不在於工具化的功能想像,更關乎藝術家如何跳脫嚴謹的邏輯辯證,省思與回應新的科學知識及科技技術對於文明的衝擊,且透過對審美跟精神性等的探究,顯現人類透過技術對於自身想像的「幻我」,以及嘗試打造的理想「它境」。… 卡爾(Amy Karle)則在三件作品中,進一步展示藝術對醫學身體與身體探測的轉化. 藝術家在將自身幻化為科技時代裡的「蓋婭」身影的同時,亦回望著人類演進的關鍵:人類之所以為人類,即因在遠古洞穴中創造了藝術,而創發了心靈活動。此一精神性的儀式可謂為「蓋婭」展覽的一樓展間,做了承先啟後的總結。”

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台北當代藝術館《蓋婭:基因、演算、智能設計與自動機 幻我;它境》14位國內外藝術家展現藝術與科技的碰撞展演,腦洞大開新體驗 首件展覽衍生性NFT作品2月19日上線發行.

“卡爾Amy Karle的創作,融合數位、身體及生物系統,展現生命物質與精神面向的藝術作品 … 彷彿在遠古洞穴裡人類以冥想與自然相應,展開一場新的精神性儀式,將自身幻化為科技時代裡的「蓋婭」身影”

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艺术 再生 人体 : 艾米 · 卡尔 (Amy Karle) 的 生物 艺术 建议

“艾米 是 一位 美国 生物 艺术家 , 他 以 人体 的 静脉 , 动脉 和 内脏 器官 的 形状 进行 设计 , 3D 雕塑 , 表演 甚至 时尚。 生物 艺术 这 是 当代 艺术 中 最 的 潮流。 它 是 结合 科学 , 艺术 和 技术 的 生活 艺术 干预。生物 艺术家 在 工作 时 会 使用 组织 培养 物 , 眼泪 , 细菌 , ДНК 以及 动物 或 他们 自己 的 血液 , 以便 反思 我们 所 知道 的 生命 及其 意义。”

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Morphologies of Resurrection:灵感来自6600万年前的三角龙骨架 产品设计作品集

“艺术家Amy Karle——当今 3D 打印行业最具影响力的女性之一,也是BBC的100位女性之一——想向我们所有人介绍她的一位名叫“Hatcher”的老朋友,这是一具6600万年前的三角龙骨架在国家自然历史博物馆中,它作为第一只“数字恐龙”创造了历史。Karle使用来自史密森尼数字化办公室的三角龙化石骨骼的3D扫描数据作为一系列艺术作品的基础单体,每幅作品都旨在想象基于灭绝物种的新形式,以探索通过技术再生的假设进化。”

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争议与挑战:未来元宇宙艺术

“未来脑机、人机合一技术成形后,传感器直接和神经网络连上,这就不是虚拟体验了,而是真实的感受,进入虚拟数字世界的你,是真实的你的永生。未来脑机连接技术把一个人的意识和记忆下载、上传到另一具肉体、机器、电脑上面,活在电脑上,在元宇宙中也可自由活动,放弃硅基壳,成为修道成功后的登仙,不受物理世界的束缚,可腾云驾雾,可穿墙而过,可超控现实事物,而做到万物互联。这时的我们与肉身的自然人、虚拟世界的数字人产生真假难辨的伦理关系,世界成为虚实相生的世界。2011年艾米·•卡丽(Amy Karle)创作作品《生物反馈艺术》,艾米·卡丽将她的身体及意识与技术融合地反应出来。”

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“灵韵再现”:身体图像复制

“作为艺术家与设计师,艾米·卡尔(Amy karle)喜欢思考这样的问题:我们会如何重塑自己的身体?我我们会把自己变成什么样子?如果我们可以用真实的细胞以及富有生命的有机组织,我们可以制造出什么?“3D艺术有很多方法可以变成人类。这是一个人和技术融合的时代,我们真的可以利用这一点来复生。我们可以成为任何我们想成为的人,这项技术使艺术家能够通过新的工具表达自己.” 技术媒介使得不可见之物隐喻式地显现为在场之物,对复制媒介的创造性运用——它在形式上是拷印原本的复现,但完全转化和生成了另一种“物”。在西方的传统艺术理论中,对自然的模仿被确证为艺术的意义。柏拉图把世界分为“可见的”和“可知的”,以为“表象的世界”是对“理念的世界”的复制,而艺术只不过模仿表象。亚里士多德认为艺术模仿对象的行为其实是在洞察对象,把握“心中之像”的过程... 也不仅在认识事物原本的意义,而是有可能发展出其自身新的逻辑与结构”。

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Wikipedia: Amy Karle by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Amy Karle (born 1980) is an American artist, bioartist and futurist. She creates work that looks forward to a future where technology can support and enhance the human condition. She was named in BBC's 100 women, as one of the 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2019. Her work questions what it means to be human, with an emphasis on exploring the relationship between technology and humanity; particularly how technology and biotechnology impacts health, humanity, evolution and the future. She combines science and technology with art and is known for using live tissue in her works.…

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用人類細胞創作的藝術品

藝術家卡爾(Amy Karle)的作品,不單止是利用3D打印技術製作身體不同部位的模型,她還會在表面鋪上活細胞。她說,人類不斷研發出在體外培植不同器官的技術,她的作品在探索人類可以這樣替換器官的意義。

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同行/细胞拯救未来: Amy Karle

“Amy Karle,著名生物艺术家,被评为“3D打印领域最具影响力的女性”之一。她的生物艺术作品为艺术界建立新学科做出了贡献,她的长期目标是在生物艺术领域开创先河,并在此过程中为医疗保健和身心医学做出贡献。视频中是Amy Karle在讲述生物艺术的世界,在质疑3D艺术是否可以成为人类时,她提出了一种新的复兴方式:即人类可以成为他们想要成为的事物,因为技术通过新的工具增强了表达能力,而艺术的需求也推动了技术的发展。”

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西方生物艺术简史(1933-2018) ——新伦理艺术运动(下)

“卡丽将她的身体及意识与技术融合地反应出来。艾米·卡丽将她在冥想时的生理反应输入到模拟计算机中,以生成实时的图像和声音:即将模拟桑丁图像处理器(Sandin lmage Processor)转化为电生理学可视化设备,并通过该装置的持续表演形成艺术转换,艺术家将行为表演的身体体验与技术的可视化有机的呈现,这样的作品从而区别于科学家的功能试验。... 《再生的圣物》不是展现遗骸以纪念它曾经的生命,而是试图描绘在无生命的遗骸中产生生命的可能性。《再生的圣物》作品以科学方式生成有机物质,延展生命,又试图创造永恒,表达生命与死亡的哲学转换。”

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Tian Contemporary Art Space | AMY KARLE : What will the real-time sensing image of the human body look like?

Karle's works deeply dig into our concept of human and human body structure, and express the internal processes of the human body in a visual form. Amy Karle is not only an artist, a designer, but also an activist and a futurist. She showed us a vision for the future, let us understand how technology can support and enhance humanity, and at the same time continue to make technological improvements to achieve this goal. (translated)

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“Future Evolution-Our Shared Planet” exhibition opens in Beijing

The series of exhibitions "Future Evolution-Our Shared Planet" was jointly launched by Hyundai Motor Company, CAFA Visual Art Innovation Institute, and Ars Electronica. Exhibition project. The exhibition focuses on the social and cultural dimensions of technological progress, while presenting 17 works of art from 9 countries. The "Future Evolution-Our Shared Planet" annual exhibition grandly opened on November 7, 2018 at the Hyundai Motor Cultural Center. Chung Eui Sun, Hyundai's Chief Vice President, and Cho Won Hong, Hyundai's Vice President ), Wang Xiufu, general manager of Hyundai Motor (China) Investment Co., Ltd., Yoon Mong Hyun, general manager of Beijing Hyundai Motor…

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Beijing Morning News |How Does Technology Empowering Art Define an Unknowable Future?

“Exploration in any field has gone from simplification to diversification, and so is technology. With the emergence of new media, artists have discovered a medium that can generate new creativity…Technology can unlock the potential of humanity… Under the new technological revolution, we as designers and artists, using technology as a tool, hope to unlock the potential of people: ourselves, humanity and the world.” – Amy Karle (translated)

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AMY KARLE—beyond cognition

Amy Karle is a biological artist who has won international awards. Her works show a speculative future and integrate digital, physical and biological systems. She uses a combination of physical investigation, science and technology to create creations to explore the material and spiritual aspects of life. Karle works deeply dig into our concept of human and human body structure, and express the internal processes of the human body in a visual form. Karle is not only an artist, a designer, but also an agitator and a futurist. She showed us a vision for the future, let us understand how technology…

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The 2nd Beijing Media Art Biennale (BMAB) Forum

“We have never seen such rapid exponential changes, as now … there is synthetic life, AI, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, 3D printing, bionics, chip implantation… The meaning of life itself has been expanded… and after life as well. We will have many problems to face in post-life, such as the survival of human beings, eternal life or non-eternal life, or what will happen after the end of life…” (translated) – Amy Karle

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Youth Square showcases future scientific and technological works International innovative design debuts in Hong Kong for the first time

Youth Square "YouFab Exhibition – Imagination Manifests" exhibition, 18 outstanding works from YouFab Global Creative Awards, combining creativity, technology and art will be exhibited in Hong Kong for the first time. It will be exhibited at Y Theater on the 2nd floor of Youth Square from April 4th to 12th. During the exhibition period, members of the public can enter the venue for free, and can also participate in the "VR Super-Experience" creative workshop to learn how to make virtual reality short films, free of charge. (translated)

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Innovation Connection Past and Present of 3D Printing Technology : Let science and technology cross-border connection

New media artist Amy Karle has been committed to exploring the relationship between the human body and technology through derivative art. In the "Regenerative Reliquary" project, she paid particular attention to how the body and human cells can survive outside the human body by creating a human hand. This horrifying "rebirth artifact" was also displayed in Autodesk's innovation incubator-Pier 9-which includes a complicatedly designed 3D printed hand-shaped scaffold on which Karle grows human cells. The next step in the project is to cultivate stem cells and prepare them for seeding on 3D printed hand bone scaffolds (translated)

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The Original Impulse of Science and Art

American Artist Amy Karle who has long studied the body, mind and technology, re-challenges the history of creation and creates break through art that challenges sculpture art of the past while relating to the intrinsic significance cultural history of the body in art. Her work is based in contemporary science and technology to deeply think about the relationship between body, art and life (translated)