Maschinensehen (Machine-Vision)

ZKM - Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe
Through video essays and photography, the exhibition MASCHINENSEHEN [MACHINEVISION] documents the practice of picture production: its devices and technologies, the laboratories, as well as the sites where the new processes are applied. In addition, it shows a selection of current objects of research: from self-experiments in a brain scanner, the reconstruction of crime scenes through 3D photography, the remeasurement of the continental shelf and the fight for raw material resources, the automation of dairy farming, measurement flight in the atmosphere, up to the evaluation of satellite imagery.The project MACHINEVISION was based on the field research of an interdisciplinary seminar at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG), directed by Prof. Armin Linke and curated by Anselm Franke.With contributions by Henning Arnecke, Lisa Bergmann, Felix Mittelberger, Daniel Neumann und Susan Funk, Christoph Oeschger and Elke Reinhuber.
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