Prompt Battle

'Prompt engineer' has been touted as a career of the future. But what does that mean, and what really lies at the core of those strange image-summoning incantations?

Prompt Battle comes from its tour of European art festivals to Melbourne for one night only to ask and answer these questions. Join artist Sebastian Schmieg for a live head-to-head AI-image-generation battle, where competitors are invited on stage to creatively slug it out. Come to watch or come to compete!

Need to practice before you compete in Prompt Battle? Visit the execute_photography exhibition at RMIT Gallery from 1 March and start your training with Schmieg's Prompt Battle Training Station (2023).

The original Prompt Battle was developed at HTW Dresden by Sebastian Schmieg, Florian A. Schmidt, Bernadette Geiger, Robert Hellwig, Emily Krause, Levi Stein, Lina Schwarzenberg and Ella Zickerick.

Presented by Photo 24 , ACMI & RMIT Culture

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