IMPAKT Event: Algorithmic Superstructures

18 May 2018
13:30 — 14:30

Location: IMPAKT Centre for Media Culture

Algorithmic Superstructures, a presentation by the curators of Impakt Festival 2018

In the age of post-truth, algorithmic superstructures are looking over your shoulder. Predictive analysis, data mining, machine learning and other advanced algorithms define the outlines of our lives as digital subjects. When power becomes automated, what can we offer as counter-practices? This year’s Impakt Festival aims to address the condition of algorithmic post-truth and offer critical and creative ways to challenge it. It explores what “deep truths” are brought on by the algorithmic superstructures.

About the speakers:

Luba Elliott is a curator, researcher and consultant specialising in creative applications of artificial intelligence. She is the founder of the Creative AI meetup and has curated events and exhibitions on art and AI.

Alex Anikina is an artist, researcher and film-maker. Her work has been shown internationally, VI Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, IV and V Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin among others. She is currently a PhD candidate at Goldsmiths, where she is also Assistant Lecturer in Film and the Audiovisual.

Yasemin Keskintepe is a curator and researcher whose work examines the politics and poetics of digital condition. Since 2016 she is working at the ZKM | Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe, where she is the co-curator of the exhibition Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds, and most recently Digital Culture Techniques in Mumbai.

What: a presentation by the curators of Impakt Festival 2018

When: 18 May 13:30

Where: Impakt, Center for Media Culture, Lange Nieuwstraat 4, Utrecht

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Friday 18 May – Artist talk by Mimi Onuoha

Impakt, centre for mediaculture, Lange Nieuwstraat 4, Utrecht, 15:00 – 16:30

This program is a collaboration between IMPAKT, HKU Schools of Fine Arts and Media and Utrecht University’s Media and Culture Studies department.

Impakt is generously funded by The City of Utrecht, Mondriaan Fund, Creative Industry Fund NL and the Democracy and Media Foundation.

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