Adriana Ramić presented solo exhibition Machine that the larvae of configuration at New York’s Kimberly-Klark, which opened April 28 and is running to June 4.
The installation of insect flashcards and the Serbo-Croatian alphabet, classified according to an achromatopsic optical character recognition, creates a living ecosystem constructed according to the algorithms of a computer programme. The show builds on the New York-based artist’s ongoing research into “the question of materializing systems of cognition.”
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