Beate Geissler

*1970

Beate Geissler and Oliver Sann’s work concentrates on inner alliances of knowledge and power, their deep links in western culture and the escalation in and transformation of human beings through technology. On the threshold dividing document from created reality, on the border between factual occurrence and fictional bringing-into-being, their work scrutinizes the inherent idiosyncrasies of media. Geissler is an Associate Professor of Art at University of Illinois at Chicago, Sann is an Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago.

Artist of the B3 Exhibition ON DESIRE

(c) heart-shaped box, 2017

heart-shaped box, 2017
In the video 'heart-shaped box' the artist duo Geissler/Sann traces our complex relationship with technology, which is so deeply intertwined with our desires. Technologies as projection platforms for our longing for the promise of infinity, the end of pain, unconditional freedom, limitless sexuality, the dissolution of physicality and the desire for transcendency innate in art.

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Thursday, November 30, 2017

How does artificial intelligence alter the creative process?

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM How does artificial intelligence alter the creative process? Round Table