ZULEYHA ALTINTAS DEMET TASPINAR BEAT THE SEANICOLE RIEFOLO ARTTRANSPONDER BERLINERPOOLHURI KIRISDENIZHAN OZER DORIS KOCH MANUELA MACCO SYLVIO PALLADINO ECE BUDAK BANU TAYLANSTEFAN ENDEWART RUSSEL ZEHNDER SECIL YAYYALI ISA ANDREUADDITIONAL KOSAR NANCY POP MALIN LENNSTROM NURGUN OZMELEK KOTTI SHOPARTPROJECTBROCKMANN ELMAS DENIZ OZGUR DEMIRCI NICOLE DALDANISE TURKAN AKKULAK KOC BANU TAYLAN COCKAIGNE RUM46 YAVUZ KILICER ELIZABETH ARO AMINA ZOUBIR DIDEM DURUKAN JOMA CIGDEM MENTESOGLU DEMET YALCINKAYA KAREN BARTRAM BERND RIEHM BARIS MENGUTAY GONUL NUHOGLU MEDIUM FORMAT VALENTINA CROW ANGELO MOLINARI FERNANDO GARBELOTTO GIORGIO CAIONE JULIA IRENE SMITH JOHANNES WILLI BENI BISCHOF EVELINE WUTRICH DOMINIC CAROLYN RIDDELL OLIVIA VALENTINE ASLIEMKERIM BIKKUL ANJA UHLIG
02.06.2021 - 12.06.2021
Ziyaret gün ve saatleri:
Çarşamba , Perşembe
13.30 - 17.30
11.00 - 15.00
After the performance at the 16th Istanbul Biennial, <andata> gets installed in PASAJ and turns the space into a working space open to visitors.
In these days where the most real window to the world is rapidly transforming into an 'interface', <andata> searches for the missing pieces of the present through the dream of the future.
Visitors to PASAJ are greeted by an installation consisting of posters produced by artificial intelligence and "fake anılar". “Fake anılar” are artificial memories that Dinç collects through the biennial performance and various platforms and transforms using deep learning models. These function as data noise (data noise) created to protect information on our private lives leaked to companies without our consent and knowledge.
Meetings, where Aslı Dinç communicates with visitors online, start with an organization manifesto from the future. Visitors are asked to go to the past, the data they transfer is processed live and shared with artificial intelligence, and a new "fake anı" is generated.
This live research process is based on a playful collaboration of performance and artificial intelligence that reflects on surveillance policies, social impact of information technology, and privacy issues.
This exhibition was supported by SAHA within the scope of the Sustainability Fund.