Queensland University of Technology

Alinta Krauth is a new media artist and researcher of digital practices from the ‘Outback’ of Australia. Much of her artistic research involves ecological themes and scientific fieldwork alongside ecology experts and wildlife rescue organisations. Her work considers how digital technologies can create rewarding sensory experiences for historically Othered audiences, most notably, her work with digital aesthetics for the enrichment of other species including dogs and flying foxes in rehabilitation. Her upcoming book The A(I)nimal Voice: More-thanhuman Artificial Intelligence in Art & Literature is currently under development.

Her recent artwork The (m)Otherhood of Meep, using machine learning AI to translate the vocalisations of flying foxes was nominated for the Ars Electronica S+T+ARTS Prize (2023) and was runner-up for the Robert Coover Award for Electronic Literature (2023). Her works have been exhibited and published globally, including in The SAGE Encyclopedia of The Internet, Electronic Book Review Journal, Social Alternatives Journal. Selected recent installations of her creative works have been seen in ZAZ10st Gallery Times Square NY, Science Gallery Detroit Detroit USA, The Glucksman Gallery Cork Ireland, HOTA Gold Coast Australia, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich Switzerland, Gallery 3.14 Bergen Norway, Art Laboratory Berlin Berlin Germany, The Powerhouse Sydney Australia.

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