Episode 8 - On augmented and virtual reality, 5D scanning, drone photogrammetry, art and architecture, cultural heritage, conservation, rituals, exhibitions, experimental museology, forensic, simulacra, decolonial, mimesis, post-original, mirrorworld, reenactment, algorithmic, collectibles.
In the universe of the exhibition Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double, we invite you to join us for In Conversation, a live video discussion series with the artists, scientists, and collaborators that have been a part of our exhibition.
For this eighth episode of Deep Fakes - In Conversation, this coming Thursday, March 3rd, at 6 PM CET, we invite you to join us for a discussion between Monica Antohi, Communications lead with EPFL Pavilions, and her guest, the mind behind the Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double exhibition, Prof. Sarah Kenderdine.
Sarah is a professor of Digital Museology, director of the Experimental Museology lab, as well as the lead curator and director of EPFL Pavilions, the congruence space of art and science within the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, EPFL, Lausanne.
Sarah has created and produced over 80 exhibitions and installations worldwide, including Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double, now on view at EPFL Pavilions until May 1st, 2022.
Sarah works at the threshold of imagination and reality, bringing in innovations in museology, specifically in how visitors experience art and architecture, it being either contemporary or cultural heritage.
In this #interview, we'll be exploring at the edge of technology and art, the cutting edge scanning and drone photogrammetry, augmented reality, virtual reality, blockchain, cryptocurrency, AI and AI art, cultural heritage and the future of museology.
Join us for the premiere on March 3rd at 6 PM CET for a conversation that expands beyond technology and current events, to bring a new perspective on culture and cultural heritage.
The video link for the premiere will be available on the day, here below, and on YouTube, LinkedIn, and Facebook.