The 20th Exhibition of the Laboratory for New Media will introduce research on artificial life. Artificial life is a field of research that pursues the question, "What is life?" by artificially reproducing the phenomenon we normally call "life." In this exhibition, you can gain an understanding of these methodologies and ways of thinking by experiencing them yourself.
The exhibition is made up of four works of art. The first artwork is a conceptual piece posing fundamental questions about "life." The other three pieces expressing the "presence" of life, were produced during the hackathon Art Hack Day 2018. Consider once again what "life" means as you experience this exhibition.

≫Past Laboratory for New Media

Term

June 20, 2018 - October 31, 2018

Supervising director

Takashi Ikegami
Artificial Life / Science of Complex Systems; Professor Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Permanent Exhibition | Create your future

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