Beteiligte(r) Künstler*in(nen): Helena Kühnemann, Kathrin Unger
opening hours: 15 Uhr - 19 Uhr
Ort: Haus der Statistik, Karl-Marx-Allee 1, 10178 Berlin
Partner: Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
The twentyforty exhibition explores the digital utopias of thirteen visionary researchers from different fields of expertise. Digital technologies have changed our lives significantly in the last twenty years. With the looming rise of AI, virtual reality and data ubiquity it seems evident that the biggest changes still lie ahead of us. What will be next? Beyond the stories themselves the exhibition features audio-visual experiments in science communication and knowledge transfer.
Visitors will be invited to dive into future visions of the digital society based on the expertise of the thirteen researchers and engage with pressing questions about our lives twenty years from now. It is featuring a video Work by Kathrin Unger and Helena Kühnemann, who developed 15 Episodes of Future Visions. The exhibition takes place as “pioneer project” at the pilot project Haus der Statistik which is coordinated by five co-operation partners (Koop5) from civil society and administration.