My installation ‘What do machines sing of?’ will be shown next as part of the ‘BIENNIAL OF DIGITAL ARTS NÉMO’ at Le Centquatre-Paris. So if you happen to be around,
My installation ‘What do machines sing of?’ will be shown next as part of the ‘BIENNIAL OF DIGITAL ARTS NÉMO’ at Le Centquatre-Paris. So if you happen to be around, see you there!
Considered to be post-human beings or beings of the future, the spectators will come to visit a museum that has been abandoned since 2019, after the disappearance of the human species… Room after room, they will discover an exhibition of digital contemporary art and robotics in which artworks have continued to function in full autonomy, without their creator or their initial public. Paradoxically, this exhibition had been programmed at an age where human beings worried, quite rightly, about their possible disappearance, or their replacement by machines and A.I. From then on, what was a speculative exhibition questioning more or less desirable futures has become an archaeological exhibition on 2019, when everything ceased to exist for the homo sapiens…
Artistic co-direction: Gilles Alvarez and José-Manuel Gonçalvès
Opening: Public opening Saturday October 12 from 2:30pm to 11:30pm
Opening hours: 13 October 2019 – 9 February 2020
October 12 (Saturday) 14:30 - February 9 (Sunday) 22:00
5 rue Curial