ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

A+| A| A-

Artificial Intelligence and Art


The relationship between art and technology has long been a subject of debate, with some arguing that the two are incompatible, raising questions about the nature of creativity, aesthetics, and the role of the artist, and others seeking to integrate technology into the artistic process. The question of whether the harmonisation of art and technology is possible is a complex and multifaceted one that requires careful consideration of the potential benefits and drawbacks of such an integration.

On the one hand, technology has the potential to expand the possibilities for artistic expression in new and exciting ways. Digital technologies, for example, have opened up new avenues for artists to experiment with interactive and immersive installations, augmented and virtual reality experiences, and other forms of multimedia art. Technology can also provide artists with new tools and techniques for creating and manipulating images, sounds, and other sensory inputs. At the same time, there are concerns that technology can undermine the traditional values and practices of art. Some critics raise the argument that technology can result in the commodification of art, turning it into a mass-produced product that can be easily replicated and distributed. Others worry that technology can dehumanise the artistic process, reducing the role of the artist to that of a mere technician or programmer. The question of harmonisation of art and technology is further complicated by the fact that technology is constantly evolving, which means that its possibilities and limitations are always changing. As a result, the relationship between art and technology is a dynamic one that requires ongoing exploration and experimentation.

Dear Reader,

To continue reading, become a subscriber.

Explore our attractive subscription offers.

Click here


To gain instant access to this article (download).

Pay INR 50.00

(Readers in India)

Pay $ 6.00

(Readers outside India)

Updated On : 27th Feb, 2023
Back to Top