When I was younger I used to spend a lot of time dreaming about the future. And I mean the future on a grandiose sci-fi scale. Utopia, dystopia and all the wonderous states in between. Robots, automation, flying cars, miracle drugs, cybernetics, virtual realities sure but never about "art", that would always be a human endeavor...

But if art can be created computationally, enhanced algorithmically, switched at the touch of the button, where does the creativity come from?Is it from the application of a filter to the photograph on your Smartphone. Or is it from the programmer of that filter, perhaps the algorithm itself, that has already boxed in your choices. Or is it the photo you choose to filter in the first place, which is in turn affected by the equipment you use... your brush, paints, and canvas.

The lines between creator and tools are becoming increasingly blurred, is "feeling" the final step to be overcome by computation, and if that happens, what does it mean for what we perceive as art?