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Yasemin Keskintepe and Alexa Jeanne Kusber about AI & Museums

11.8. 16:00
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AI & Museums – Exploring new forms of Curating

Will we no longer need curators in the future because an algorithm ​​will take over everything? What are the risks and chances of using artificial intelligence? How can AI collaborate with curators to develop a more balanced exhibition programme and what role does play art in understanding AI? We would like to discuss these and other questions in the webinar with Alexa Jeanne Kusber and Yasemin Keskintepe. Users can join live via crowdcast, ask questions and participate in discussions. Participation is free of charge, save your spot here.

Alexa Jeanne Kusber

Alexa Jeanne Kusber is an American independent curator and creative based in Zurich. Throughout her career she has maintained a focus on questioning and expanding the notion of curating. She currently is the Public Programming Curator at the Museum of Digital Art (MuDA) in Zurich where she attempts to disrupt and strengthen the practice of cultural mediation. Concurrently she curates a residency program at the Verbier 3-D Foundation, creating a space for artists to develop new work around current environmental discourse.

Yasemin Keskintepe

Yasemin Keskintepe is a curator who investigates the politics and poetics of technology in contemporary art and exhibiting practices. Currently, she is co-curator of the exhibition “Artificial Intelligence” at the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden. Previously she worked at ZKM | Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe, where she co-curated the exhibition “Open Codes” and “Digital Culture Techniques”. Other projects include the 2018 edition of the Impakt Festival entitled “Algorithmic Superstructures“.

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AI & Museums – Exploring new forms of Curating

Will we no longer need curators in the future because an algorithm ​​will take over everything? What are the risks and chances of using artificial intelligence? How can AI collaborate with curators to develop a more balanced exhibition programme and what role does play art in understanding AI? We would like to discuss these and other questions in the webinar with Alexa Jeanne Kusber and Yasemin Keskintepe. Users can join live via crowdcast, ask questions and participate in discussions. Participation is free of charge, save your spot here.

Alexa Jeanne Kusber

Alexa Jeanne Kusber is an American independent curator and creative based in Zurich. Throughout her career she has maintained a focus on questioning and expanding the notion of curating. She currently is the Public Programming Curator at the Museum of Digital Art (MuDA) in Zurich where she attempts to disrupt and strengthen the practice of cultural mediation. Concurrently she curates a residency program at the Verbier 3-D Foundation, creating a space for artists to develop new work around current environmental discourse.

Yasemin Keskintepe

Yasemin Keskintepe is a curator who investigates the politics and poetics of technology in contemporary art and exhibiting practices. Currently, she is co-curator of the exhibition “Artificial Intelligence” at the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden. Previously she worked at ZKM | Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe, where she co-curated the exhibition “Open Codes” and “Digital Culture Techniques”. Other projects include the 2018 edition of the Impakt Festival entitled “Algorithmic Superstructures“.

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