27.09.2018 to 24.11.2018 - frei_raum Q21 exhibition space
Events as part of the exhibition "Under Pressure"
FREE ENTRY, EDUCATION, LITERATURE & DISCOURSE, ART, FILM & DIGITAL CULTURE
• Days with event
All events are free of charge - unless otherwise stated
Date: Thu, Sep 27, 19:00
Curator's Guided Tour with Sabine Winkler
Date: Sat, Oct 06, 20:00 and extended opening hours until 1AM as part of The ORF Long Night of Museums
This exhibition investigates dispositions of decision-making as well as forms of involvement and complicity in authoritarian political and algorithmic systems. What decisions will be required of us, how will decisions be automated, in what form do we ourselves consciously or unconsciously contribute to economic, algorithmic and state systems making decisions for us, and to what extent are we ourselves acting in authoritarian ways? What new forms of collaborative decision-making processes do we need?
Date: Mon, Nov 05, 18:30
Venue: Filmhaus Kino am Spittelberg, Spittelberggasse 3, 1070 Vienna
Ticket: € 9
Documentary film 2018, Directors: Hans Block, Moritz Riesewick, Runtime: 88min.
When you post something on the web, can you be sure it stays there? Enter a hidden shadow industry of digital cleaning where the Internet rids itself of what it doesn't like - violence, pornography and - political content. Who is controlling what we see and what we think?
Guided Tour of the exhibition
Date: Thu, Nov 22, 17:00 with curator Sabine Winkler and Elisabeth Hajek, Artistic Director frei_raum Q21 exhibition space (VIENNA ART WEEK)
Under Pressure: an evening with Skyler Lindenberg, CEO, HARD-CORE
Date: Fri, Nov 23, 19:00
Skyler Lindenberg is the CEO of the art and tech startup HARD-CORE, which uses robotic curating to subvert hierarchical structures in the field of aesthetics. Lindenberg will present the curatorial robot ASAHI 4.0 and take audience questions.
Artist Talk Sebastian Schmieg
Date: Sat, Nov 24, 19:00
Sebastian Schmieg will discuss the dictates of perpetual (self-)optimization, algorithm-modulated work- and living environments in which humans become extensions of software, and survival- driven creativity as an effect of the entrepreneurial imperative.