Sat 1 June 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Artist Residence - Yodfat 7, Herzliya,
We are in constant dialogue with bots, digital assistants like Alexa and Siri. Digital access aids, language recognition and facial recognition algorithms have long been embedded in our lives, constantly altering the way we speak and see the world. Our various actions are examined by artificial intelligence systems, which search for patterns and provide us with services. It is a controlled life, but everything is done invisible, on the basis of code, the logic of a computer.
The artist and technology researcher Lior Zalmanson examines in one of the first solo exhibitions how computer programs with an emphasis on the algorithms of Google and Facebook change our perception of reality, and how to conduct meaningful and productive dialogue with a machine.