An artist of American descent, Douglas Edric Stanley is a teacher-researcher for the HEAD – Genève’s Media Design Master’s. Stanley teaches Algorithmic Design and Interactive Storytelling. At once artist, designer, curator, developer, and theoretician, he documents the means by which various disciplines are progressively being transformed by the algorithmisation of the world. Active in the scene of video games and experimental forms of play, he co-founded with Antonin Fourneau the hydra-monster otherwise known as ENIAROF. His current research is concerned with writing systems and the manner in which playable non-linear narratives can model the real.
Douglas Edric Stanley has organised numerous workshops related to creative coding and experimental game design for museums, non-profits, universities, and art schools. As an artist, he has participated in several exhibitions related to digital art.
Towards an alternative design of artificial intelligence?
Douglas Edric Stanley and Jürg Lehni in interview with Anthony Masure*
Has the dominant tendency of neural networks (deep learning) drained all artificial intelligence cultures? In the field of creation, and more specifically design, how can we anticipate, if not derail, the uses…