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Virtual Film Screening and Panel with Buffalo International Film Festival: Coded Bias, with Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Squeaky Wheel Curator Ekrem Serdar

Friday, November 5, 2021 ● 6 pm

FREE
Virtual Event

Join us for a free virtual screening of the award-winning 2020 documentary Coded Bias, which surveys the fight to ensure that artificial intelligence (AI) systems don't infringe on our civil rights. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, whose works consider the politics of facial recognition technologies, and Squeaky Wheel Curator Ekrem Serdar, who organized the recent exhibition Johann Diedrick: Dark Matters, which explores how AI systems underserve Black communities.

Registration

Please register online. Registrants will receive a link to join this virtual event the morning of the program.

About the Exhibition

Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art brings together a diverse group of seventeen artists and collectives who creatively reimagine the digital tools that shape our lives. The exhibition includes projects that span the last three decades, ranging from software-based and internet art to animated videos, bioart experiments, digital games, and 3-D printed sculptures. Together, these works explore the aesthetic and social potential of emerging technologies.

Exhibition Sponsors

Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art is made possible through the generosity of Aleron Group, Mr. Charles E. Balbach, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Banta.

Equipment and technical support provided by Advantage Technology Integration.

The Albright-Knox’s exhibition program is generously supported by The Seymour H. Knox Foundation, Inc.

Albright-Knox Northland Sponsor

Albright-Knox Northland is supported by M&T Bank.

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