AI-artist: You are WANTED!

We are reaching out to you as an artist who creates inspiring work involving AI, and would like to invite you to participate in an interview study. It would mean the world to us in this WASP-HS research project AI and the Artistic Imaginary!

Our research team at KTH (and LiU) is working on a project that investigates sustainability and ethics of Creative-AI. Our goal is to understand how creative practitioners are using AI technologies in their work processes, and to reflect on this from sustainability and ethics perspectives. Our interviews are expected to inform Creative-AI practitioners (artists as well as engineers) working in the field. 

In the future, we plan to expand this to other forms of collaborations (workshops, design and development of Creative-AI systems, etc.) with interested artists.

Some basic information about the interviews:

  • Interview takes approximately 1 hour and will be conducted at an agreed-upon time (flexible) on Zoom. 
  • Research is anonymized/pseudonymized and your data will be treated according to GDPR guidelines
  • The interview will be recorded (audio, video) for internal analysis purposes
  • Transcriptions and other anonymized material will be shared for non-commercial purposes only

We can provide a voucher as a gesture of gratitude for your time and effort.  

Please let us know if you would be interested in participating in our study, and do not hesitate to ask for further information. Don’t be shy – email us, Petra and Anna-Kaisa!


Wishing you a nice summer!

Kind regards,

Petra Jääskeläinen (researcher) – email: ppja@kth.se

Anna-Kaisa Kaila (researcher) – email: akkaila@kth.se

Andre Holzapfel (principal investigator)

Bob L. T. Sturm (co-principal investigator)

Cecilia Åsberg (co-principal investigator)

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

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