This dance involves artificial intelligence to create a dynamic, ever-changing environment within a closed space, generating unexpected social situations, pushing individuals out of their comfort zones and potentially challenging their preconceptions and biases.
In Tango in Wonderland I am looking for the connection between technology, in this case artificial intelligence, and socially sensitive topics, social sensitivity. Artificial Intelligence as an imaging approach is slowly becoming accessible to everyone; indeed, we could say that this slice of technology is present in our everyday lives. The key question is whether we can structure this technology in such a way that it conceptually serves certain sensitive topics.
Please note: Limited capacity – in addition to a valid ticket, you need a (free) ticket reservation for the respective event in advance. Reservations for Deep Space 8K events must be scanned on-site no later than 15min before the programme starts.
This programme will contain intense lightning/loud noise.
Created by David Szauder
David Szauder (HU)
David Szauder is a media artist with a diverse background in art history and intermedia. Szauder has worked as a curator at the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Berlin and was a visiting lecturer in Potsdam. He has participated in numerous international projects both as an artist and curator.
Szauder’s artistic journey includes solo exhibitions such as Art of Hiding in Budapest and Abstract Pandemic in Berlin. He has also been part of group exhibitions like Digital Art in Center of Pompidou.