Real Feelings: Emotion and Technology

Real Feelings: Emotion and Technology
Library Shelf Location 06.EMOT
Publication Date 01 Sep 2020

Real Feelings explores the rapidly changing relationship between technology and emotions. The works of the 20 artists inquire and show how technology today represents, manipulates and changes our emotions.

Our world is flooded with digital technology and these devices have literally become extensions of ourselves: humanlike robots are used in healthcare, sex robots are compensating for the shortcomings of human relationships, smart devices are listening to our conversations and taking care of our needs – we are communicating more with our technology than with each other. 

With works by Antoine Catala, Stine Deja & Marie Munk, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Justine Emard, Cécile B. Evans, Ed Fornieles, Maria Guta & Adrian Ganea, Esther Hunziker, Seokyung Kim, Clément Lambelet, Lorem, Kyle McDonald & Lauren McCarthy, Simone C. Niquille, Dani Ploeger, Lucy McRae, Shinseungback Kimyonghun, Maija Tammi, Troika, Coralie Vogelaar & Liam Young

With contributions by curators Sabine Himmelsbach, Ariane Koek and Angelique Spaninks as well as António Damásio, neuroscientist and bestselling author and artist Cécile B. Evans.

ISBN 9783856169312
Quantity 1
Pages 192
Editors Angelique Spaniks, Ariane Koek, Sabine Himmelsbach
Format Paperback
Publisher Christoph Merian Verlag
Category Art by Subject
Keywords Technology, Emotions, Art
Language English

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