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    Title: 《幻意視界》- 以生成式藝術與眼動追蹤技術探討意識的變幻
    《Illusory Eyescape》- Exploring the Variations of Consciousness through Generative Art and Eye-Tracking Techniques
    Authors: 李欣霏
    Lee, Sin-Fei
    Contributors: 紀明德
    陶亞倫

    Chi, Ming-Te
    Tao, Ya-Lun

    李欣霏
    Lee, Sin-Fei
    Keywords: 生成式藝術
    眼動追蹤
    互動式藝術
    Date: 2024
    Issue Date: 2024-03-01 14:13:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在科技的洪流中,藝術形式與數位技術不斷交融、適應、演變,從機械複製時代到虛擬再現真實,到現在連生成作品的工作都變成一句咒語就能夠解決的事,那麼究竟藝術創作的本質到底是甚麼?瑞士藝術家阿爾伯托·賈科梅蒂(Alberto Giacometti)曾說:「藝術品不是再現真實,而是創造具有相同強度的真實。」在此,藝術作品僅作為表達真實感受的一種媒介,其本質在於超出物性所展現出無形的精神與情感。
    因此本論文旨在利用科技藝術創作的方式來探討人與機器的意識差異,以及透過生成式人工智慧來呈現藝術作品的本質,同時,我們也將關注語言在藝術創作中的限制。在創作過程中經由文獻探討梳理想法,咀嚼吸收後成為創作的養分,最終進行作品展覽,與觀眾合力完成作品。
    作品以眼動儀追蹤獲取觀眾意識的視覺資訊做為生成式人工智慧的輸入,並根據輸入產出畫作後顯現。利用各種視覺意象如:觀者的眼睛、眼動追蹤、致敬比利時藝術家雷內·馬格利特畫作「虛假的鏡子」等等,象徵人類的存在和自由以及討論主觀和客觀等意義。創作作品須透過觀眾親自體驗的過程來感受人類「意識」的重要性。
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    國立政治大學
    數位內容碩士學位學程
    110462008
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