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Real-Time Constraints, a group exhibition featuring works by artists working within the realms of artificial intelligence, algorithms, machine learning, big data, and interventions in web-based platforms

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Ben Grosser – Tracing You

arebyte Gallery present Real-Time Constraints, a group exhibition featuring works by artists working within the realms of artificial intelligence, algorithms, machine learning, big data, and interventions in web-based platforms. Taking the form of a browser plug-in, the exhibition reveals itself as a series of pop-ups where the artworks are disseminated over the duration of a typical working day, interrupting the screen to provide a ‘stopping cue’ from relentless scrolling, email notifications and other computer-centered, interface-driven work.

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DISNOVATION, still from Predictive Art Bot, 2015 – 2018. Courtesy the artists

Real-Time Constraints features works by Gretchen Andrew, Sofia Crespo, DISNOVATION, Jake Elwes, Ben Grosser, Libby Heaney, and Joel Simon. Co-curated with Luba Elliott Pop-up design by Rob Prouse.
arebyte.com/real-time-constraints Exhibition runs 24 July – 30 September 2020, online

Opening event Thursday 23 July, 6.30 pm – 8 pm BST
Join via live stream or the plug-in to hear some of the artists talk through their work in the exhibition.

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Jake Elwes & Me (@methedragqueen), Zizi & Me (2020). Work in progress with the Edinburgh Futures Institute. Courtesy the artist and arebyte Gallery.

Panel discussion Thursday 6 August, 7 – 8.30 pm BST
Machine learning as an artist tool: disruption and intervention for change in 2020
with Gretchen Andrew, Ben Grosser, Libby Heaney, Sofia Crespo, and Joel Simon + others. Moderated by Luba Elliott

Join via live stream or the plug-in to hear some of the artists from the exhibition as they talk with Luba Elliott about bias in datasets, the origins of AI technologies, privacy, and surveillance, and how we might bring about change in the AI industry.

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