Post – Fascism

09.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

Semester 9 invites Parisian curator, Alexandre Pastor for a group exhibition titled ‘Post-Fascism’ at LOODS 6.

‘Post-Fascism’ explores how algorithms in the digital domain influence our worldview and associated behaviour. The exhibition gradually takes us through a world in which algorithms draw our attention to sensational violence, alienate us from reality through overstimulation and finally seduce us to speculate about our present and the future. In this way, curator Alexandre Pastor shows how our desires are ingeniously channelled by algorithms. To what degree can we genuinely discuss the existence of free will in a world where our actions are governed by a comprehensive script that continually evolves? Can we still absorb what comes our way? What paths has this new world opened for us, and what does it promise for our collective future?

 

Alexandre Pastor & Semester 9 showcase an international group of artists consisting of Áron Lodi (HU) & Szilvia Bolla (HU) as Alagya, Doron Beuns (NL), Sacha Cherkas (RU), Sangiorgio Dallajee (NL), Ciro Duclos (NL), Janina Frye (DE), Levi van Gelder (NL), Mingrui Jiang (CN), Ilse Kind (NL), Max Otis King (GB),  Noah Latif Lamp (BE), Amelie McKee (GB), Melle Nieling (NL), Manon Pretto (FR), Tom Putman (NL) Thomas Skibicki (PL), Joep Truijen (NL), Gaspar Willmann (FR), Ellie Wyatt (GB) who reflects on the fascistoid potential of technological progress in
the 21st century.

 

The exhibition will remain open for two weekends from February 9 to 11 and 16 to 18. We invite you to join us on February 9th from 17:00 at KNSM-Laan 143 for the public opening.

 

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We cordially invite you to attend Post Fascism, in collaboration with loods6. This group-exhibition investigates how algorithms draw our attention to sensational violence, alienate us from reality through overstimulation and finally seduce us to speculate about our past, present and the future.

 

Joining us for this edition is Parisian curator, Alexandre Pastor who shows us how algorithms in the digital domain influence our worldview and associated behaviours.

 

Join us this February 9th for the opening night from 17:00 at KNSM-Laan 143.

 

Or drop by on one of the other dates;

 

February 10th 12:00 – 18:00
February 11th 12:00 – 18:00
February 17th 12:00 – 18:00
February 18th 12:00 – 18:00


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