Alexander Kadow, Lina Scheynius, Ivonne Thein
Curated by Julia Brigasky & Maidje Meergans
Artificial intelligence and algorithms play a central role in the depiction of the human body. With »Coded Bodies«, the AFF Galerie presents a broad spectrum of the influences of AI:
With “Techno Bodies,” Ivonne Thein reflects on images of the body in our digital culture. Based on X-ray images and digitally generated interpretations of them, Alexander Kadow’s work “The Individual Below” addresses the relationship of the individual to data sets. Lina Scheynius‘ photographs of partly naked bodies are repeatedly censored by the algorithm on Instagram, which questions not only the visibility but also the actual freedom of the, often female, body.
Friday, Oct 21, 2022, 7 – 8 pm
HALBTOTALE | Artist Talk
AFF Gallery members Sarah Straßmann & Natascha Pohlmann will engage in an exchange based on the work “Techno Bodies” by Ivonne Thein, which will also include photo and video editing. art-theoretical questions, such as current social developments or future work projects.
The talk will be held in German. Admission from 6:30 pm.
The exhibition is supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe Berlin.
Oct 1 — 30, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, Sep 30, 6 pm
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Kochhannstraße 14, 10249 Berlin
[District: Friedrichshain | Borough: Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg]
Opening hours: Sat & Sun 3 – 6 pm, and by appointment
Admission free | Barrier-free access
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