Ti con zero

TI CON ZERO Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome 12 október, 2021 –  27. febrúar, 2022   Sýningarsttjórar:  Paola Bonani, Francesca Rachele Oppedisano og Laura Perrone.   Algorithms that use error as a system for generating forms, synthetic biological apparatuses, intuitive eukaryote microbes and artificial intelligences, territorial transformation processes, desertification, space exploration and Martian panoramas. The research […]

TI CON ZERO

Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome

12 október, 2021 –  27. febrúar, 2022

 

Sýningarsttjórar:  Paola Bonani, Francesca Rachele Oppedisano og Laura Perrone.

 

Algorithms that use error as a system for generating forms, synthetic biological apparatuses, intuitive eukaryote microbes and artificial intelligences, territorial transformation processes, desertification, space exploration and Martian panoramas. The research of the artists involved in the T Zero exhibition is configured as a venue for debate, for discarding or overturning the themes and paradigms of our contemporary world: profiling and automation, the frontiers of medical genetics, global warming, ecological reconversion, forecasting models and spillover. Through direct collaboration with scientists and research institutes, and making the best possible use of the sweeping opportunities offered by technology, these artists transcend the current moment of applied research and using the imaginative strength proper to the work of art they configure unique and occasionally dystopic visions of the potential future.

 

Listamennn eru meðal annarra:

Agnes Denes, Albrecht Dürer, Alighiero Boetti, Antony Gormley, Carsten Nicolai, Channa Horwitz, Damien Hirst, Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Dora Budor, Gino De Dominicis, Giuseppe Penone, Gustav Metzger, Jenna Sutela, Nancy Holt, Pierre Huyghe, Rachel Rose, Revital Cohen, Richard Mosse, Robert Smithson, Roman Ondak, Roman Opałka, Rúrí, Ryoji Ikeda, Sissel Tolaas, Tacita Dean, Tega Brain, Tuur Van Balen

 

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