Refik Anadol’s highly anticipated digital Machine Memories Space exhibition is open to visitors free of charge. Continuing to act as a bridge between technology and art, Samsung also became the main sponsor of the exhibition with its Galaxy S21 series.
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What does the Machine Memories Space exhibition offer?
“Memories” and “Dreams” In the exhibition, which consists of two parts, Refik Anadol uses artificial intelligence to process data and turn it into fascinating visual materials. The Memories section was created by transforming uninterpreted data about space into visual works. Dreams section contains three-dimensional data sculptures. A 15-minute session can offer a different experience each time it is visited. The exhibition exploits the largest space-themed dataset ever used in an artwork.
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Works produced using visual technologies such as projection devices, real-time artificial intelligence art work and artificial intelligence data painting in a 4-storey area can be visited at Pilevneli Dolapdere between 19 March and 25 April.
This visual feast, with the special support of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality; Borusan Otomotiv is the Turkey distributor BMW, İBB affiliates Kültür A.Ş. and Samsung Galaxy S21 Series comes to life with its main sponsorship. The exhibition can be viewed free of charge every day, except Sunday, between 10.00-18.00. In case of changes in weekend restrictions due to Kovid-19 measures, the exhibition can be visited between 10.00-18.00 every day except Monday.