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Using performance, design, activist-based research and machine-learning, artist Caroline Sinders looks at digital human rights and the technical infrastructure that perpetuates hate speech and violent misinformation. In this new talk with artist Tamiko Thiel, we will look at intersecting themes across their two practices like the digital imaginary and the visual data that shapes AI to investigate how aesthetics are used to surface and conceal truths.
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Watch this talk from Tue 20 Jul 2021 at 18.30 BST
Caroline Sinders is a critical designer and artist. For the past few years, she has been examining the intersections of artificial intelligence, abuse, and politics in digital conversational spaces. She has worked with the United Nations, Amnesty International, IBM Watson, the Wikimedia Foundation and others.
Tamiko Thiel received the 2018 SAT Montreal Visionary Pioneer Award for (now over 35 years of) media artworks exploring place, space, the body and cultural identity in political and socially critical artworks. She was lead product designer of the Connection Machine CM1/CM2 (1986/1987) AI supercomputer, in 1989 the fastest computer on earth and since 2016 in the collection of MoMA NY. She has been creating VR artworks since 1994 and AR artworks since 2010. In 2020 she created the AI deepfake art installation Lend Me Your Face! (with /p) and in 2021 The Photographer’s Gallery London commissioned their online net art version Lend Me Your Face: Go Fake Yourself!
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