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Wanted: Co-Researching Artists.

5 sehr verschieden aussehende Playmobil-Figuren stehen in einem Halbkreis ©LIT Robopsychology Lab

We are currently looking for 5 artists interested in joining us to collect current questions and perspectives regrding AI, as well as come up with new approaches to improve the public's understanding and perception of AI.

How do we explain artificial intelligence? And preferably in a way that as a large number of people can potentially relate to it? We would like to explore this challenging topic together with people who can (and want to) bring in an artistic perspective in regard to current representations of AI and ultimately new creative approaches to communicating content.

You can take part in our workshops and bring in your views, perspectives, and ideas. There is no preparation required on your part. For now, there are a series of three workshops in November. If you feel like it, you can continue to take part during the coming year when we plan to implement the ideas. 


  • Dates:
    • Thursday, November 3, 2022
    • Wednesday, November 16, 2022
    • Wednesday, November 30, 2022
    • Each meeting is between 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (refreshments provided)
  • The meetings will take place in Linz
  • Remuneration available (detailed information for those interested)
  • Sign up by no later than Sun., Octobert 16, 2022 (see contact info)


Requirements to Take Part

  • Be age 16 or older
  • Be interested in the topic of "Artifical Intelligence", prior knowledge is not necessarily required
  • Be active in an artistic capacity
  • Be open-minded to other artists and cultural individuals from different disciplines
  • Be willing and open to interact and share with others as part of a group
  • Be proficient in German, especially spoken German
  • Commit to attending all three dates
  • Provide consent to the use of image and sound recordings as well as meeting results for scientific purposes and, if necessary, to publication(s)



If you would like to take part, or you have any questions, just contact us by sending an e-mail to: kathrin.meyer(at)jku.at or calling: 0732 2468 9516.