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2018

【藝文展訊】台北雙年展 Taipei Biennial 2018 / 在地實驗 ET@T / 漫遊者函集 Flâneur Hanji

在身體感官「登入」虛擬視界變得更便利輕盈的同時,人的「被(機器)遺忘權」合法化,得主張「機器學習」邏輯下持續演算的「技術物主體性」侵犯人權。即便人與技術物持續爭取權利、實現潛力,不斷優化的科技與增值的數據(data)交換價值,已明顯地加速「機械社會」時代降臨。

〈漫遊者函集〉正是「實擬虛境」未來場景的方案:機械具有靈性,與我們爭辯何謂藝術,並串流其所見聞,成為其他資訊系統的養料。

函集(Hanji)漫遊又漫談,源於「藝術創作」對「扮演」與「表現」的原初欲望,完成於賽博格式的數位實驗:既是機械化的有機體,也是擬人的技術物,互為表裡的特性正如數位時代流變的主體及其所掀起的倫理問題。

在地實驗相信機器人的主體性,同時也好奇,人類、機器人之間需要什麼樣的介面彼此溝通?或者,當機器人以智能系統介入人與人之間的溝通時,此中的意義傳遞可能產生什麼樣的變化?是否可能在機器人中介的條件下建立人類社群?如果可能,這樣的社群具有什麼樣的特質?所有這些在後自然時代出現的介面、媒介與溝通層面上的問題,是藝術家們希望透過函集提出的新的美感經驗。

一系列以「反控/智」為主題的論壇,從人機互動談起,以個體自主與反控制為核心,再到反思「人工智慧」的機械智能技術等論題。函集將全景直播論壇於ARThon 藝術松學校影音平臺,現場或線上參與者,皆可隨時提問、延伸討論。

台北雙年展:2018.11.17-2019.03.10
〈漫遊者函集〉走秀時間:每週末14:30 

Hanji官方頻道:http://arthon.tw/channel_intro.php?id=21

在地實驗,1995年創立於臺北。為臺灣媒體藝術/數位藝術組織,致力於提升對數位文本的理解,以及與數位文化相關的理論與展演形式。

Flâneur Hanji, 2018

ET@T is an organization for media and digital art in Taiwan, it devotes its practice to increase the understanding and knowledge of digital texts alongside theories, exhibitions, and performances derived from digital culture.

Logging our physical perceptions into the virtual realm is becoming ever more prevalent; with this, machines are further able to track and comprehend human activity—biological, consumerist, personal, romantic and otherwise—and machine-learning has accelerated. As technology begins to understand and take on human characteristics, the subjectivity of technical objects and therefore their human rights, may need to be rethought.

ET@T believes that robots are sentient beings, capable of subjective perceptions, feelings and experience. Considering a present in which robots increasingly intervene in human communications, and the implications that this holds for the future of our communities, the collective imagines and designs interfaces that can enable and sustain better relationships between technological beings and humankind. Flâneur Hanji is a proposal for a ‘real virtuality’ in a forecasted world where machines possess emotional and spiritual intelligence, and can engage in debates about art and the esoteric. While currently it is human movements that are tracked and transformed into useable, economically-valuable data, in this new era, everything that machines see and hear would be transformed into sustenance for other information systems. 

Projecting into this potential future, ET@T have developed ‘Hanji’, a robot equipped with a 360-degree camera whose observations are live-streamed to ARThon, where it can receive and respond to questions from online and on-site audiences. Following its French namesake which means ‘stroller’, ‘lounger’ or ‘saunterer’, during the exhibition Flâneur Hanji will move gently through the space and observe a series of accompanying discussions. These forums will engage with themes of human-machine interaction, autonomy and artificial intelligence, and the ethics of control in the context of robot sentience.

 

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