Artistic Intelligence Research Alternator AIRA: Collaborative artistic research project

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Artistic Intelligence Research Alternator AIRA : Collaborative artistic research project. Helke, Susanna (Author). 2019. Event: Research Pavilion #3 in Venice, Sala del Camino, Venice, Italy.

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title = "Artistic Intelligence Research Alternator AIRA: Collaborative artistic research project",
abstract = "On RP#3 in Venice Artistic Intelligence Research Alternator AIRA investigates a new fictiveness modulating our social facticity ever more tangibly when thematised through procecces that produce new narratives, images and constellations. Sites of inquiry are staged as temporal meeting points and events where parallel realities are negotiated in terms of a {"}caring buliding{"} (inviteur: Liisa Ikonen), hysterical documentary and documentary fantasies (inviteur: Susanna Helke), polychronic perspectives regarding cultural violence (inviteur: Marko Karo), adaptations inspired by Daphne du Maurier's novella and Nicolas Roeg's film Don't Look Now (inviteur: Harri Laakso), and series of daily {"}truth exercises{"} in form of spatial interventions provoked by Sebastian Brandt's The Ship of Fools (1876) and Peter Sloterdijk's Spheres trilogy, III: Foams (inviteur: Maiju Loukola). These processes are launched by the inviteurs and are open for ongoing alteration while resting in their processual form in the pavilion. The open form of AIRA is part of the group's ongoing exploration of the means of documentation, argumentation, evidence and after-thought in artistic research.",
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