Lunar Ring

September 15-19, 2021 / Interactive Installation, Moritzburghof Halle, Germany

New forms of experience are enabled by creative human-machine interaction at the Silbersalz Festival.

The Experience

The Process

Lunar Ring

Lunar Ring

Lunar Ring is an AI art collective from Tübingen, Germany. Founded in 2019 by Alexander Loktyushin, Johannes Stelzer, Mirko Franjic, and Niklas Fricke, the core mission of Lunar Ring is to explore new emergent forms of creativity. The interplay between human and machine creativity enables entirely new forms of experiences, the whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Lunar Ring engages the public through interactive installations and exhibitions in public spaces and museums.

With a strong scientific background in physics, neuroscience, and machine learning, Lunar Ring incorporates the latest developments from AI research. Like a creative reactor, it combines exploration and realization and collaborates with leading scientists and performing artists. | Instagram

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