do {not} touch: Expo

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    Discover the finest installations, interactive audiowalks, and digital non-fiction artworks in online exhibition space do {not} play, open from the 20th of November. In Order of Disappearance can be experienced on location in Amsterdam.

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    24h Sunset/Sunrise v2

    • 2020

      Two screens show a live sunrise and sunset taking place at the same time somewhere in the world, using images from unsecured surveillance cameras. A live soundscape underscores the beauty that is accidentally captured by surveillance.

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      Facework

      • Kyle McDonald
      • 2020

        This website and installation literally transforms the increasingly urgent discussions surrounding automated face analysis into a game. Can you fool the neural network as it searches for sunglasses, your smile, or your criminal disposition?

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        Forensic Landscapes

        • Anne Huffschmid, Pablo Martinez-Zarate
        • 2020

          In South America, thousands of victims of state terror, civil war, and gang violence have been exhumed in recent decades by forensic teams. This beautifully designed interactive web documentary guides you through their work.

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          In Order of Disappearance

          • Bart van de Woestijne
          • 2019

            This immersive experience is an exercise in isolation. You start walking, and leave everything behind. Can you be alone? Or will you disappear into an endless vacuum? This event is not suitable for people who are claustrophobic.

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            Later Date

            • Lauren Lee McCarthy
            • 2020

              A performance in two parts that was started during lockdown, caught between hope and fear. In part one, Lauren Lee McCarthy chats online with people about an encounter they could have in the future. Part two is that encounter. Later.

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              Life Cycle Series [AR]

              • David OReilly
              • 2019

                These three narrative augmented reality filters rely on people’s customary willingness on social media to cast themselves as the visual subject. At the same time, they put this self-centeredness firmly into perspective.

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                Motto

                • Vincent Morisset
                • 2020

                  An interactive novella intertwining ancient storytelling traditions with the contemporary language of the internet. It’s a story that is told via thousands of ultrashort video fragments made by anonymous users all over the world—including you.

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                  Orbit Diapason

                  • Tabita Rezaire
                  • 2020

                    Scientific research conducted by NASA, an African cosmology that assumes the existence of extraterrestrial life, and mass bee die-offs heralding the apocalypse: these are the ingredients of a powerful appeal for human introspection and humility.

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                    Sylvia

                    • Ziv Schneider
                    • 2020

                      Sylvia is a virtual influencer, a digitally created Instagram model. But unlike her “colleagues” who are deployed to promote major brands, she doesn’t possess eternal youth. On the contrary: Sylvia is ageing rapidly and will die during IDFA.

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