The Deutsche Hygiene Museum Dresden is developing a new special exhibition “Artificial Intelligence. Machines Learning Human Dreams” and is collaborating with Ars Electronica on that. The exhibition in their 800m² space will be on display from September 11, 2021 to August 28, 2022. It explores AI-related technological innovations in relation to society and asks how AI is changing our relationship to each other and to the world.
In digital and analog workshops, Ars Electronica Deutsche Hygiene Museum curator Yasemin Keskintepe worked together to develop core themes and questions, as well as discussing and contextualizing art works related to the topic. In thir research process, the full spectrum of the Ars Electronica Knowledge was invited to join in the thinking and shaping of the exhibition.
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Team of the Deutsche Hygiene Museum Dresden:
Curator and Project Lead: Yasemin Keskintepe
Scientific Co-Curator: Thomas Ramge
Exhibition Design: chezweitz
Scientific Assistance: Dr. Anke Woschech
Project Assistance: Bettina Beer, Clarissa Lütz, Lisa Nikolaus
Artistic support by the Ars Electronica Team:
Artistic & Managing Director Ars Electronica
Head of European Projects
Key Researcher at Ars Electronica Futurelab & Artist
Head of Export