Kah Bee Chow, Andreas Kurtsson, Alexandra Lerman, Adriana Ramić

8 December 2017–25 March 2018
Opening Friday 8 December 7-9pm

This could be an example of AI generated concrete poetry, or how digitalization appears in the augmented reality of our everyday lives. The interface between cloud and body, hardware and soul.


                                                                               iPhone elbow
                                        Infinite scrolling          Phygital
                                                                           Facial puppetry     Swype 

                Street view
                            Biometrics       Machine learning
                                                                         Google translate                      iRobot   GDPR
 Vaporwave                                Phishing                                              Skeuomorph

Filter bubble                                        eSports                                                 i-Frame destruction
                   Super-hybridity               Datamosh       Brain-machine interface       Videoglitch
              Facial recognition                        ASMR
                                         #Additivism                     Content-Aware Fill                        Fake news
          Copypasta     Shitposting   TIL     NSFW        Chatbot
                       Post-digital                            Off-the-grid



Kah Bee Chow
Two furry robotic vacuum cleaners perform an intricate choreography – part household chores, part improvised couple dancing – in an algorithmic balance between technical aid and pet-like behavior.

Andreas Kurtsson
A fictionalized travel journal from a trip to Facebook’s semi-secret datacenter in Luleå. High technology and primeval forest live side by side in two parallel feeds.

Alexandra Lerman
The patented and copyrighted system of Apple Inc.’s and Google LLC’s touchscreen gestures as raw material. The contemporary body language of “pinches”, “scrolls” and “slides” shared by everyone, everywhere, everyday.

Adriana Ramić
Ant pathways are traced onto a Swype keyboard which interprets fingertip swipes into text in any of the 71 languages supported by its patented technology. The effects of technology on human language seen through insect behavior.