16.08.2021 | 3 PM ONLINE
Platforms are changing the world of work. With platforms growing in importance, how will the platform economy affect the future of work? What will working look like in the future?
This call is open for artists of various mediums, as well as creative practitioners to participate in a residency to develop their ideas over an incubation period of six weeks and then present their work at selected venues.
When machines become “social” interaction partners, we need to revisit our understanding of sociality. This is a conversation with the philosopher, Johanna Seibt, Aarhus University, who works in the new research area of “robophilosophy”and launched the biennial conference, which in 2020 took place online from 18 to 21 August.
In our modern world, nothing can escape the digital revolution. The way we commute, communicate and consume is controlled by code, and that code is growing increasingly intelligent. But artificial intelligence is by no means as fair or neutral as it may seem.
A dialogue between the collections of Galeri Nasional Indonesia, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and Singapore Art Museum, initiated by the Goethe-Institut.