‘Good Intentions, Bad Art’ is the first of an eight-episode podcast series featuring art historians, literary critics and theologians discussing first encounters with AI-generated art. This episode asks the question, ‘Are good intentions a necessary ingredient of good art?’ Artists have always used tools. But what happens when tools make art?
The Art & AI Salon podcast is a joint presentation of National Gallery X, the Centre for Philosophy and Art at King’s College London, and the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub.
You can listen to episode one, 'Good Intentions, Bad Art', at Bringing the Human to the Artificial.
The remaining episodes of the Art & AI podcast can be listened to on the National Gallery X website.
You can hear from the following participants in the Art & AI podcast.
- Ali Hossaini, Co-founder, National Gallery X and Senior Research Fellow, Department of Engineering, King's College London
- Sacha Golob, Reader in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, King's College London
- Vanessa Brassey, Lecturer, Co-Director of the Centre for Philosophy and Art, King's College London
- Patrick Butlin, Research Fellow, Future of Humanity Institute, Oxford University
- Patrick ffrench, Professor of French, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, King's College London
- Michelle Fletcher, Research Fellow and Research Assistant on the Visual Commentary on Scripture, Department of Theology & Religious Studies, King's College London
- Chris Hamilton, Reader in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, King's College London
- Cari Hyde-Vaamonde, Lawyer and interdisciplinary researcher, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and the Alan Turing Institute
- Joseph Kendra, Adult Events Programmer, National Gallery
- Ayla Lepine, Ahmanson Fellow in Religion and Art, National Gallery
- Michael Luck, Professor of Computer Science, Department of Informatics, King's College London
- Jo Malt, Professor of French Literature & Visual Culture, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, King's College London
- Priyesh Mistry, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Projects, National Gallery
- Chlöe Reddaway, Research Fellow, Arts and the Sacred, King's College London
- Stephen Whiteman, Reader in the Art and Architecture of China, Courtauld Institute
- Joanna Zylinska, Professor of Media Philosophy and Critical Digital Practice, Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London