Virtual Artist Talk with the Vermont Studio Center
Jenn Karson and UVM Art and AI Research Group will do an artist talk/presentation via zoom.
Thanks again to the Vermont Studio Center for hosting us!
“Just before the pandemic I started the Art + AI Initiative at UVM and I have a team of students working with me. We are using machine learning to generate images; we’re still in the very early stages …” – Jenn Karson
Jenn and her team will present on this AI Initiative! This event is free and open to the public. Please register in advance to secure your spot as a private Zoom link will be provided prior to the start of the event.
Jenn Karson is an artist who works with concepts of mapping—the organization of space—and scoring—the organization of time. Her artworks take the form of intermedia, sculpture, soundworks and installation and this work is exhibited in the United States, Canada and Europe. Additionally she is a curator of exhibitions, programs and curricula that cross the disciplines of the arts, technology, fashion and architecture; she is a lecturer at the University of Vermont’s Department of Art and Art History and the director of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences digital fabrication lab (the UVM CEMS FabLab). She received her MFA in Design + Technology from the San Francisco Art Institute.