CLOUD by Christina Kubisch. CLOUD confronts viewers with a system that transforms electromagnetic waves into sound. The audio information is received and mixed in different ways depending on the visitor's position. The installation becomes the resonance chamber of a ubiquitous, invisible technology whose social, political and health effects, Kubisch believes, are still unclear. Credit by Christina Kubisch
The Art of Deception by Isaac Monté. Can organs be objects of design? Will humans be able to manipulate organs for aesthetic purposes? Humans use deception to achieve perfection in society, art and science. Reacting to this through art, the artist has taken discarded pig hearts and transformed them into elegant vessels for new life by decellularizing and re-populating them with various techniques, into aesthetically improved hearts for humans. Credits by Hanneke Wetzer
Nonfacial Mirror by Shinseungback Kimyonghun. A mirror that turns away? Yes, Nonfacial Mirror avoids faces. One can look at his or her face in the mirror only when it's a nonface. The irony that one has to make its face a nonface to see it brings to mind the current situation that humans need to think beyond humanity to find its originality against AI. Credits by Shinseungback Kimyonghun.
DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum is welcoming the sixth Ars Electronica exhibition in Berlin.