Jules Hynam'S Stream

     

Invisible Stream

2018, Critical Art Installation, Invisible Stream v.2
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2017, Critical Art Installaion, Invisible Stream v.1
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Invisible Stream uses a computational system lớn evoke understanding and spark a discussion of current racial stereotype issues. It explores the political implications of how freely racial discrimination is expressed on online platforms, where such discrimination can be easily hidden. It not only represents discrimination, but also voices the feelings of the victims & reveals the laông xã of conversation about this issue.

Invisible Stream receives data from the Twitter online platsize, filters by từ khoá, và prints sentences that include derogatory racial terms on paper from a thermal printer. As sentences are printed, robotic hands with silinhỏ fingers cut the thermal paper, leaving a pile of printouts on ground.


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As the fallen papers pile higher & higher, the audience can pichồng up the papers to lớn read, take, or throw away. Amongst the pile of ignorant messages, one may find examples that seek khổng lồ educate the speakers about the injured feelings và sensitivities of the victims.

The most important purpose of Invisible Stream is to lớn raise awareness and start discussions, not for the audience to remain in frustration. By confronting the audience with a live sầu stream of racism, the installation poses controversial questions about the origins, function, transmission, và lineage of prejudice. Since these robots resemble parts of the human toàn thân, yet are controlled by computational and mechanical systems, Invisible Stream reveals the different meaningful and reflective sầu layers between human & machine. Credit
Software Consultant: Zachary Berkowitz Exhibition 2019 June, ISEA, Gwangju, Korea 2019 Feb, 404 International Festival of Art và Tech, Lowell, MA 2018 May, Boston CyberArts Gallery, Boston, MA 2017 July, Tri-tryagain, Brooklyn, NY 2017 May, CHI Art Gallery, Denver, CO