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In what is in one way an art exhibit, and another way a highly-technical experiment with automation and technology, artist Adam Basanta created what he himself has dubbed an “art-factory” – a collection of scanners, computers and printers that continuously churns out abstract artworks based on a database of current contemporary artwork. The artworks are automatically uploaded to a website and instagram, as well as printed out in the gallery itself, regardless of whether it has an audience or not. The installation plays on “notions of technological automatization, the agency of objects, cultural consumption, and the economics of artistic production”.

All We’d Ever Need Is One Another|Contemporary Art|Technology

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