In a dialogue between artist and scientist, Theresa Schubert and Andrew Adamatzky discuss working with the single cell organism Physarum polycephalum. As a living curiosum, this type of slime mould serves as a model for network optimisation. It can be interpreted as an 'agent' who distributively solves geometric problems. Presenting artworks and results of experiments, the talk challenges common understandings of intelligence and creativity, and emphasises a post-human view on the world and its creatures.
|Theresa Schubert (l), Andy Adamatzky (r)|
|presentation: bio-computing with slime mould (Physarum)|
|Sonification of slime mould computing|
|Theresa Schubert's presentation|
|Slime mould computing most efficient path in a labyrinth|
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