Exhibition in Korea – ‘How Computers Imagine Humans?’ – ISEA 2019

Pictures of the exhibition. João Martinho Moura. ISEA 2019

Pictures: How Computers Imagine Humans? (João Martinho Moura, 2017).
Exhibition in the Republic of Korea: June 22 – July 28, 2019
Special Exhibition at ISEA 2019, invited work. 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art
Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Republic of Korea

Work description.

ISEA 2019. Special Exhibition (Space 5). Artists: Nelo Akamatsu; Maurice Benayoun, Tobias Klein, Nicolás Mendoza Cached Collective (Vytautas Jankauskas, Jon Flint, Felipe de Souza, Aline Martinez, Joana Mateus, Clément Bouttier, Ryan Dzelzkalns); Jean-Philippe Côté; Rebecca Cummins, Paul Demarinis Przemyslaw Jasielski; JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Gustavo Rincon, Kon Hyong Kim, Andres Cabrera; Ryoichi Kurokawa; Han Lee; João Martinho Moura; Timo Niemeyer; María Molina Peiró; Tiare Ribeaux, Jody Still Water Roomtone; Arno Deustchbauer, Herwig Scherabon, Lukas Fliszar, Michael Ari Goh Uozumi; David Young.

How Computers Imagine Humans July 2019
In book: LUX AETERNA – ISEA 2019 Art Catalogue
Publisher: Art Center Nabi. ISBN: 979-11-87275-05-3

Work presented at the 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA 2019), invited for the special exhibition at space5. June 22 – July 28, 2019 (program details)
‪Host/Organizer: Art Center Nabi ‬(exhibition details)
‪Sponsors: Ministry of Science and ICT Korea Foundation for the Advancement of Science & Creativity‬
‪Embassy of France Korea‬
‪French Institute of Seoul‬
‪The Japan Foundation Seoul ‬
‪Partners: ISEA2019, ISEA International‬
‪My special thanks to the organizers, curatorial team, in particular, to ‬Suhun Lee.

More information about this work here.