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ArtiE-Fract: The Artist’s Viewpoint

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ArtiE-Fract is an interactive evolutionary system designed for artistic exploration of the space of fractal 2D shapes. We report in this paper an experiment performed with an artist, the painter Emmanuel Cayla. The benefit of such a collaboration was twofold: first of all, the system itself has evolved in order to better fit the needs of non-computerscientist users, and second, it has initiated an artistic approach and open up the way to new possible design outputs.

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  • Evolutionary Algorithm
  • Genetic Program
  • Parisian Approach
  • Iterate Function System
  • Artistic Approach

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Lutton, E., Cayla, E., Chapuis, J. (2003). ArtiE-Fract: The Artist’s Viewpoint. In: , et al. Applications of Evolutionary Computing. EvoWorkshops 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 2611. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36605-9_47

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