Ilse Kind (1996) is a Dutch artist who works across sculpture, installation, drawing, video and collage. In her artistic practice she investigates and uses technological systems that currently (mis)interpet, predict, direct and have a parasitical presence in our lives. In this system human beings are treated as malleable creatures who experience a simulated and and simplified version of reality whilst maintaining the illusion of individual freedom. Through her work Kind examines how this system results in sublime estrangement of bodies and perceptions. She currently lives and works in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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