A.I.

Business, art, and technology – Better Factory Open Call

Better Factory unlocks equity-free funding opportunities and premium services for collaborative experiments to bring the European Manufacturing Industry to the forefront of the digital transformation. Better Factory invites European Manufacturing SMEs, Artists, and Technology suppliers to engage in a set of one-year collaborative experiments to redesign ... READ MORE...

Para Site hosts two new exhibitions about AI

Para Site is proud to present two new exhibitions dedicated to AI and virtual world: Glitch in the Matrix, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong-based artist Luke Ching Chin Wai, featuring newly commissioned works and re-enactments and adaptations of Ching’s earlier works, and Confidential Records: Overwrite, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong-based artist Vvzela Kook.... READ MORE...

The future, despite everything: Hito Steyerl at Düsseldorf’s K21

The cornerstone of the exhibition is SocialSim, a new multimedia installation developed especially for the occasion, which explores the potential of digital technologies, simulations and AI, in relation to social upheavals, artistic creativity and pandemic conditions too. The artwork includes a focus on collective hysteria and social network, examined in the social simulation Dancing Mania.... READ MORE...

Hito Steyerl in “I Will Survive”

The exhibition Hito Steyerl. I Will Survive at K21 is the new multimedia installation with which Steyerl (b. 1966) critically explores the potentials of digitality, simulation, and artificial intelligence with regard to artistic creativity, modes of museum presentation, social upheavals, and pandemic conditions.... READ MORE...

RE:HUMANISM ART PRIZE 2

The call is open from Tuesday, October 27th, and is addressed to professional artists of all ages and nationalities that will be able to participate for free throughout the submission of their projects by 12 pm of January 12th, 2021. Winners will be announced by January 31th, 2021, on www.re-humanism.com... READ MORE...

Trevor Paglen in “Bloom”: the systems and technologies that shape society

Pace is pleased to return to its physical space with the exhibition "Bloom" of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Employing a variety of disciplines throughout his oeuvre, from investigative journalism to scientific research, the exhibition will feature new sculptures, photographs, drawings, and digital components that relate to corporate and state use of machine learning algorithms to monitor, extract value, and influence people’s lives.... READ MORE...