The video art selection, curated by Gioula Papadopoulou (art director and curator of Video Art Miden) presents 8 works that deal with various concepts concerning the “homo digitalis” era and artificial intelligence, exploring the physical detachment and the gradual digitalization and virtualization of our world, our societies and our minds.
All works have one thing in common: they are tracing and decoding human behavior in the digital era and explore our relationship with our self and “the other”. What do we have to sacrifice in order to approach a supposedly perfect future world?
– Juergen Trautwein & Silvia Nonnenmacher, Meta_Face, USA 2017
– Di Hu, Les Objets Du Système, China 2019
– Landia Art and Economy Foundation, Chatbot Dialogs, Germany 2019
– Landia Art and Economy Foundation, Human Applications, Germany 2019
– Elliott Nicole J. Waller & Fabian Forban, AEI (artificial emotional intelligence), Sweden/Germany, 2019
– Yvana Samandova & Borjan Zarevski, Artificial Intelligence VS Aristotle// beta 0.98, France, 2019
– Katerina Athanasopoulou & Eleni Ikoniadou, Her Voice, UK 2019
– Sven Windszus, PURE WHITE, Germany 2017
Jönköpings läns museum is an art and cultural history museum, which brings to life the county’s cultural heritage. The museum’s buildings also contain archives, magazines, an extensive picture archive and a studio for painting preservation.
Video Art Miden founded by an independent group of Greek artists, is an independent organization for the exploration and promotion of video art. It has been one of the earliest specialized video-art festivals in Greece and has been recognized as one of the most successful video art platforms and an important cultural exchange point for Greek and international video art. Miden screening programs are hosted by significant festivals, museums globally.
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