Curated by Irene Carbonari & Ana Drucker
In collaboration with MIRA Festival
Deep Fake is our latest Exhibtion with the launch on October 18, 2019 at 7 pm and running until 10 pm.
The creator generates.
The discriminator evaluates.
The creator manipulates constantly to affect the discriminator’s evaluation.
The discriminator is trained to distinguish the truth and interpret a new reality.
The digital era has created new ways of relating, and therefore new realities and communication narratives. More recently, the use of artificial intelligence has become a tool that intensifies the constant search to increase human characteristics and alter the environment, to create fictitious realities and transform ourselves into something that only exists in the digital plane.
These tools allow us to role play within a system of artificial networks. These networks cheat and pretend – producing simulated, altered, false, non-existent realities – but at the same time real, credible, tangible content.
How real is the content we consume and share?
How and with what tools do we communicate on the digital level?
How is the information we build about ourselves?
Are we looking to create fictional worlds or show an augmented truth of our reality?
Deep Fake discusses the links between communication, technology and the social system in which we intertwine day-by-day. It is based on the search for reality to approach what we believe is true, it questions private spaces, language and the sharing of personal data for online co-existence. This is a message about the influence of art in the digital industry and democracy in the share and use of personal data.
Deep Fake is a free exhibition, running until November 7.
Presenting Artists and Instagram Profiles
MANUEL RESCH & MAXIMILIAN WILLEIT
FUN BY DIGO
JAUME CLOTET & CLAUDIA DEL
XIM I RIBASSA
SASHA SMIRNOVA & EUGENE MARKIN
ANDREA MUNIÁIN & ADINAL L. VELÁZQUEZ