This is the Future: An Artist Talk with Hito Steyerl
In This is the Future, artist Hito Steyerl combines storytelling, video projection, sculpture, and spatial intervention to envision a potential future of empowered plants evolving through artificial intelligence. The exhibition opens with a short film about the long-held human desire to predict the future and the failure to achieve this using AI. Join us for this opening talk, where Steyerl looks more closely at how so-called AI art has regressed in the meantime.
Hito Steyerl (born 1 January 1966) is a German filmmaker and writer, and lives in Berlin.
Co-sponsored by Reed College Art Department and the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery
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