Gustav Heinsen, Leonie Hennicke, Nina Schouten (Graphic Design)

If you let me, I’ll be real for you

Webcam, computer, printer, stationery 

Autonomously working robots employed by humans, but without essential human features, such as ethics, morale and a body with flesh and bones, cause consequences that we as humans afterwards have to take responsibility for.

As we become more and more willingly dependent on robots with artificial intelligence, problems arise that human mankind is not yet able to predict. It stays uncertain how they will affect the structures of society as we know it.

This installation autonomously generates image content that we throughout the four days of Uncut will continuously be collecting and putting into order.