Humane Methods

Margherita Pevere, Marco Donnarumma, Andrea Familari,

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Abstract

In a landscape of ruined nature and technological relics, a community of semi-human figures lives a primal and stern existence. An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, left to its own devices, tries to learn a meaningless sequence of numbers. It is a garden out of time, or perhaps, it is a garden within the fold of our times. As in a symbiosis, both the algorithm and the figures are stuck in an ever-changing loop. It counts, they worship, they touch, they sense. It counts, they worship, they touch, they hurt, it counts, they sense, they hate. It counts, they worship, they touch, they sense, it counts, they isolate, they hate, they attack.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationRome
Size60 min
Publication statusPublished - 4 Oct 2019
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art
EventRomaeuropa Festival - Rome, Italy
Duration: 17 Sep 201924 Nov 2019
https://romaeuropa.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Programmoneweb.pdf

Keywords

  • performance
  • dance-theatre

Field of art

  • Performance

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    Pevere, M. (Author), Donnarumma, M. (Author), Familari, A. (Author). (2019). Humane Methods. Performance, Rome: .