I met a few wonderful people at MAAT’s Post-Internet Cities, namely Nashin Mahtani, Morten Søndergaard, Andrea Baldini, Alice Bucknell, Marisa Olson and Giselle Beiguelman. I was also curious about the work by IOCOSE Collective, after listening to Matteo Cremonesi presentation. I had the feeling that if I have had the opportunity to listen to Linda Aloysius‘s complete wanderings on “Art: Women’s Dirty Work in the Digital Age”, another impression would last. Funny and very MIT was AI and ML approach by intelligent design post-graduate students Stephanie Cedeño, Xiaoxuan (Sally) Liu, Godiva Veliganilao Reisenbichler, Nicci Yin.
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Thank you Pedro Gadanho and Helena Barranha for the invitation.
The only question (rephrased) I addressed the conference:
What are the differences between technology and nature from the point of view of today’s children, and what differences will they make to future art practices?