The show, a brand new collection of work by the London/Berlin-based artist, will feature “two humanoid robots and a robot dog” and explores our relationship with the machine. The installation places itself within the movement of data and intelligence, focusing on the emotional impact of our relationship with technology, and the unfolding vulnerabilities that evolve alongside.
Drawing from a variety of sources within science, theatre, film and technology, the exhibition invites the viewer into “a narrative loop that unfolds across multiple screens, robots, a fountain and other sculptural elements.”
See the Tate Liverpool website for details.**