Eunsu Kang

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    Eunsu Kang is a Korean media artist making interactive art installations and performances. She is also a researcher on the possibility of creative AI and an educator teaching art-making using machine learning methods. Her career started as a self-taught video artist in Seoul, Korea. Having over 100 exhibitions and constantly studying new technologies for two decades, her works have transformed into interactive and interdisciplinary art projects. She has won the Korean National Grant for Arts three times. Her works have been invited to exhibitions around the world and presented at conferences such as ACM, ICMC, ISEA, SIGGRAPH Asia and NeurIPS. A couple of years ago she left her tenured art professorship to focus on research at the intersection of art and machine learning. Most recently she taught Art and Machine Learning and Creative AI courses at the Machine Learning department of Carnegie Mellon University, USA.


    Dr. Eunsu Kang is a Korean media artist who creates interactive audiovisual installations and AI artworks. Her current research is focused on creative AI and artistic expressions generated by Machine Learning algorithms. Creating interdisciplinary projects, her signature has been seamless integration of art disciplines and innovative techniques. Her work has been invited to numerous places around the world including Korea, Japan, China, Switzerland, Sweden, France, Germany, and the US. All ten of her solo shows, consisting of individual or collaborative projects, were invited or awarded. She has won the Korean National Grant for Arts three times.

    Her researches have been presented at prestigious conferences including ACM, ICMC, ISEA, andNeurIPS. Kang earned her Ph.D. in Digital Arts and Experimental Media from DXARTS at the University of Washington. She received an MA in Media Arts and Technology from UCSB and an MFA from the Ewha Womans University. She had been a tenured art professor at the University of Akron for nine years and is currently a Visiting Professor with emphasis on Art and Machine Learning at the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.


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