Biometric Mirror: Performance Under Surveillance prompts visitors to think about the profound impact of technology on human creativity and the arts, ethics, privacy, authority and our future.
This new work was underpinned by live performances, drawing on ancient Asian traditions, accompanied by an interactive series of mirrors able to read a visitor’s biometric and psychometric data.
It is part of a larger body of research into the ethics of artificial intelligence and the bias we bring into our algorithms as humans.
The University of Melbourne presents Biometric Mirror: Performance Under Surveillance as part of Asia TOPA
Jan - Mar 2020