In this episode, BAJ’s Sofie Boons speaks with the co-founders of the ‘Artificial Intelligems’ collective, Anneleen Swillen and Greg Scheirlinckx to discuss their work and research, the benefits and dangers of AI and the tools currently available and how AI can be used in relation to jewellery. Listen in to find out more about machine learning in a creative context and ponder our increasingly digital future.
Anneleen Swillen is a postdoc researcher and tutor at PXL-MAD School of Arts and Hasselt University (Belgium). She explores jewellery phenomena in a phygital age through an expanded practice that involves research in the arts, education, curation, and writing.
Greg Scheirlinckx is a composer, sound engineer and data scientist. He create music and sound for film, installation and performance.
In 2020, they founded Artificial Intelligems. This fluid collective currently consists of six people working on the intersection of jewellery, graphic design, music composition, XR performance and data science. Together they aim to connect people, artistic practices, and technologies to explore more-than-human co-creation with machine learning. Visit www.artificialintelligems.com and follow @artificial_intelligems for more information.