by James Townsend, Institute of Computing and Cybersystems
Art in Silico is back for its second year, and the submission window is open from now until March 4, 2024.
This computational art exhibition is situated at the intersection of contemporary art and computing. Submissions may take the form of (but are not limited to) digital art, AI art, robotics, video, audio, interactive artworks, coding, performance, and/or traditional media. As long as the artwork addresses some aspect of computing — that’s what this show is all about.
Submissions are open for anyone: We encourage submission from community members and Michigan Tech students, staff, and faculty alike.
Submit your art at the Art in Silico webpage. Details on the schedule will soon be posted on that page as well.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.