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Contestational Computing: Perception, Communication, Justice and Rationality – Panel at KI-Camp
April 27 @ 2:45 pm - 3:30 pm CEST
Discussion with Grayson Earle, Sabina Hyoju Ahn, Danae Tapia, Shirin Fahimi and Peter Polack.
This session presents the work of five artists who use computational media to challenge normative ideas of perception, communication, justice, and rationality. Through research threads, that concern policing, algorithm regulation, practices of divination and biological systems, the artists will discuss how creative engagements with algorithmic and digital systems can inform our understanding of social relationships at the same time as they open up new avenues for knowledge discovery broadly conceived. Following an introduction and screening of five projects – “Sonomatter”, “Diagram”, “why don’t the cops fight each other?”, “Digital Witchcraft: Automated Oracular Poetry” and “Umm-al-Raml / Sand Narratives” – the session will open up for a Q&A and discussion.