An installation of sculpture and prints occupied the two floors of the gallery. The ground floor took on an office aesthetic, and the first floor displayed work by the invited artists which was placed around Coucke’s hanging sculptures to create a tension and dialogue. Inspired by the concept of rapid growth, the exhibition explored artificial intelligence and the influence of big data on daily life.**
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