What kind of cyborgs do we want to become?

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What kind of cyborgs do we want to become?

107, 2020


2020-08-26T19:16:30+00:00Symbiosis (The Netherlands, 2020)

Symbiosis is a multi-sensory and performative VR installation in which the human body is redesigned.|

207, 2020

Saint Machine

2020-08-04T19:52:44+00:00I, Human (Romania, 2019)

This large-scale installation tests new models of collective behaviorial ecology, making a critical
commentary on the impact technology has on human behavior.

407, 2020

Johanna Bruckner

2020-08-04T19:55:21+00:00Molecular Sex (Zwitserland/Italië, 2020

In this video installation, a fictitious sex shows the entanglement of human, animal, and technology by pushing the limits of the human sensorium.

507, 2020

Possible Bodies

2020-09-23T20:24:26+00:00Possible Bodies (Spain/Belgium, 2018)

How are our cyborg bodies presented? In this film, intersecting issues of race, gender, class, species, age and ability resurface through these performative as well as representational practices.

607, 2020

Algorithmic Justice League

2020-08-12T19:25:20+00:00Algorithmic Justice League (United States, 2020)

Is it okay for a machine to erase you and me? Hear poetic comments by champions of women’s empowerment and leading scholars on race, gender and technology.

707, 2020

Rosa Menkman

2020-07-17T15:06:53+00:00Pique Nique pour Les Inconnues (Nederland, 2020)

Short film about unknown women whose images are linked to the history of image processing.