Ivona Tau (Tautkute-Rustecka) is an AI artist and researcher from Lithuania who works with artificial intelligence as a medium in visual arts.  A core element of Ivona’s work lies in the intersection of arts and photography with the new technologies and machine learning. Her goal is to find and evoke emotions in the artificially intelligent tools, this way making them more human. By creating art and collaborating with the machine, she also explores her inner emotional states.  
Ivona holds a Master's degree in Mathematics at Warsaw University. Currently, she pursues a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology.
She has been awarded the best award in the Digital Ars 2020 contest dedicated to art creation with AI for her two projects: “These humans did not feel” and “Unseen Warsaw”.  Ivona is active on the NFT art scene and is currently one of the top-100 creators on the environmentally friendly Hic Et Nunc platform.
Ivona lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.

2015  •  Warsaw University, Master's degree in Mathematics
2018  •  Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design, Photography studies
2021  •  Polish-Japanese academy of Information Technology. PhD in Computer Vision
2021  •  New York Institute of Photography

SOLO Exhibitions

AI Art by Ivona Tau. Cryptovoxels, 2021.
[Un]seen Warsaw. Kunstmatrix, 2021.
Glass, metal and fire. Oncyber.io, 2021.

GROUP Exhibitions
Renaissance Protocol, Artificial Realities. Theaterlab, New York, US, 2021.
What hot sh!t a crypto art show. Galerie Greulich, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 2021.
Crypto Art Week Asia. Singapore, 2021.
Digital Ars Festiwal Cyfryzacji. Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, Poland, 2021.
XXIV Generative Art International Conference. Virtual conference, 2021.
New Found Things. Chopperchunky.com, 2021.

Selected Press & Interviews

Tweeterview with Ivona Tau, Electric Artifacts, 2021.
Unseen Warsaw (“Nematyta Varšuva”), Zurnalas Cikados, 2021.


2021 • Digital Ars festival for Art generated with Artificial Intelligence, 1st prize in Open and New 

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