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Photography Through the Lens of AI
Group Exhibition Foam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Date: 05.31, 2024 - 09.11, 2024

Artists: Lynn Hershman Leeson 林恩·赫舍曼·利森 | 

In recent years, AI has started to make a big impact in the world of photography, changing the way we make and see images. In the multidimensional project Photography Through the Lens of AI, Foam explores the intersection between art, technology, and society, highlighting how the recent advancements in AI impact our relationship with images, ourselves and our perception of reality.

The project consists of a group exhibition Missing Mirror, accompanied by the solo exhibition AI Attacks by Paolo Cirio, a thematic issue of Foam Magazine #66: MISSING MIRROR, and a presentation of Ctrl.Alt.Img in collaboration with affect lab.

Through four distinct themes, the group exhibition Missing Mirror invites the visitor to look beyond the surface of AI. In chapter one, Missing Body, artists give shape to a physical appearance of AI. The second chapter, Missing Person, reflects on AI's capacity to become a substitute for humans — not necessarily in physical form, but rather by expressing the immaterial essence, such as the existence of an AI personality or identity. In Missing Camera, chapter three, AI fills the position of the camera for events that never took place or could never have been photographed. Lastly, in chapter four, Missing Viewer, artists reflect on one of the most threatening developments, the absence of people: AI functions and perceives on its own, without the need for humans. The exhibition showcases the work of international artists who reflect on the danger and potential of AI.

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