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Porvoo, Finland | November 20, 2013

A club night with performances, music, paintings, and installations produced in collaborations between creative machines and creative people: Viewpoints AI, a virtual agent performance (by Mikhail Jacob); Machine Libertine, a media poetry performance (Taras Mashtalir, Natalia Fedorova); Phonetic Poetry, recitation of machine-discovered phonemic sonnets (Stephen McGregor); Versificator.fm, musical collage generator (Sebastien Piquemal

Turku, Finland | October 3, 2013

Oodimobiili is a mobile, automated poetry composition device that wrote unique poems for visitors of the Turku International Book Fair. Its users included Mr. Sauli Niinistö, the President of Finland. The Oodimobiili installation is joint work between artist Heikki Paakkanen and PhD student Jukka Toivanen from University of Helsinki. It is based on computational creativity work at the PROSECCO site University of Helsinki.

Helsinki, Finland | September 7, 2013

The Brains on Art collective, lead by artist Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka and including PhD student Jukka Toivanen from the PROSECCO site University of Helsinki, exhibited an installation that produces poetry from the user's brain waves. The artwork examines the combination of a human and a machine in a creative process. The Brain Poetry installation was exhibited in Gallery XL Art Space, Helsinki, during September 7th – October 5th, 2013.

Tartu, Estonia | June 5, 2013

ArNePo is an art project where news analysis, visual arts and poetry is mixed together. In December 2012 a computer analyzed daily news and generated poems based on the news stories of the day. The generation process was abstracted into a matrix which was visualized as an image. These images were given to the artist who used them as inspiration and painted them on canvas.

Paris | July 12, 2013

PROSECCO member Simon Colton and Advisory Board member Dan Ventura hosted a CC-themed poetry reading and cuisine night at the Galerie Oberkampf in Paris for the week of July 12th to 19th. Half the poems were provided by The Painting Fool software, while the other half were chosen by Russell Clarke, who also read the poems aloud and imbued them with an oral poetic sensibility.