Back End, exposition by Dries Depoorter in MU

Back End by Dries Depoorter

What do privacy, artificial intelligence and digital connectedness have in common? They are all interwoven in the work of Dries Depoorter. In Back End he shows how boundaries can dissolved with a few simple interventions. This fascinating exposition runs from July 20 to September 23rd in MU, at Strijp S.

The exposition is very diverse, dynamic and interactive. It handles about relevant questions around how human creativity and machine learning, private and public, entertainment and morality all blend together. Anything can be linked and the actual connections are visible; the cables, the plugs, the way the software works. Depoorter’s play with technology, access and data analysis creates a sense of unease. Ten recent and new works will be on show in MU from 20 July until 23 September. “You can say they are critical… and, well, I think they are not entirely without humour”.

There is a huge variety of installation, machines, images that impact everybodies lives. So there is a lot to discover, learn, experience, questions will be answered and new ones will arise.. quite possible it may change your view on modern technology and use of data.


For Eindhovennews by Remco

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