The Role of Embodiment in the Perception of Human & Artificial Creativity
Bolzano - Bozen
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We are pleased to announce the workshop “The Role of Embodiment in the Perception of Human & Artificial Creativity” which will be part of the International Conference on Computational Creativity 2022.
June 27-28, 2022
Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, as part of the ICCC'22 conference.
In this one-and-a-half-day workshop, we will explore the impact of embodiment on the perception of creativity through a combination of performances by digital illustrators and artists working with generative methods and contributions from researchers interested in the role of embodiment in the judgment of the aesthetic value of an artefact and in the evaluation of the creativity of the process behind its creation. We will consider the philosophical underpinnings of embodiment, humanity, and artistry, welcoming perspectives from disciplines such as philosophy, psychology, visual art, and computer science.
We invite participants from any discipline or department to write short papers (4 pages max) on mechanisms of embodiment and their role in AI-based art. Non-traditional forms of academic research, such as practice-based approaches, are encouraged. Submissions should address the topic of the workshop to some extent, and should be aimed at generating discussion and innovation.
We hope to include contributions to the workshop in the CEUR proceedings.
Please submit your short paper as a PDF attachment in an E-Mail to [email protected]
More information on the workshop website https://lauramariahherman.wixsite.com/workshopiccc22
Submissions due: May 2nd, 2022
Acceptance notification: May 13th, 2022
Workshop dates: June 27-28, 2022 (Bozen-Bolzano, Italy)
For further information, please contact the organizers:
Caterina Moruzzi, University of Konstanz
Laura Herman, Oxford Internet Institute
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