Contemporary Art and New Technology: Love at First Sight, Fatal Attraction, Transitory Relationships

Saturday, July 13 at 7 pm

Please join us on the opening evening of “Stumbling Through the Uncanny Valley: Sculpture and Self in the Age of Computer Generated Imagery” for a panel with participating artists Ruth Patir, Neringa Černiauskaitė (Pakui Hardware), Santa France, and Ronnie Karfiol, who will discuss how artists use technology and how it might affect their work. They’ll address questions such as: Is the content or form of the artwork shaped by its means of execution,  or is it the technology that gives birth to the artwork? How has technology changed power dynamics in the field in terms of gender relations, if at all? And what can we expect as technology continues to evolve in lighting speed? 

*The panel will be held in English and will be moderated by the exhibition curator, Chen Tamir. 

Entrance: 10 NIS Seating is limited, tickets required.

Image: Santa France, Self-Care / Self-Hate, 2017. 3D animation on screen, variable dimensions. Courtesy of the artist.

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