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Tomo Kihara + Playfool

Deviation Game

Tomo Kihara + Playfool

Japan

This is a collaboration between Tomo Kihara and Playfool (Dan and Saki Coppen). With a focus on play, their practice in Japan and overseas centers around designing tools that foster creativity and making artistic interventions that engage with urban space and society. They have exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum (London, 2022), Ars Electronica (Linz, 2020), and more.

Year Selected

2022

Project

Deviation Game

Summary

Through games in which participants draw what humans can recognize but artificial intelligence cannot, the project playfully explores the way AI perceives the world. As AI has advanced to the level of easily imitating human creations, Deviation Game takes reference from Alan Turing’s Imitation Game of 1950 to develop a workshop and exhibition that uses AI in a way that does not imitate the past but deviates from it.

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