What kind of cyborgs do we want to become?

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What kind of cyborgs do we want to become?

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107, 2020

Polymorf

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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