Me, Myself and AI
Post-millennials respond to the evolving social landscape shaped by AI in this multi-disciplinary art exhibition.
This thought-provoking exhibition invites post-00s to reflect and respond to the evolving social landscape shaped by artificial intelligence (AI). Focusing on the themes of Relationships, Employment, and Creativity, the showcase presents diverse works across various mediums by students from SMU and NAFA's School of Design and Media. Curated by Clara Peh, this experience sparks meaningful dialogues, fostering a collaborative space to collectively shape our future in the context of AI.
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About the Exhibition
Me, Myself and I is an urgent and timely exhibition where students from Singapore Management University and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts’ School of Design and Media have been invited to respond to the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI).
At a time when AI pervades every facet of our lives, these students of the post-00s generation challenge and question the influence of AI on personal identity, relationships, and more broadly, what it means to be human.
Born into an era of unprecedented technology change, these students offer a unique perspective, translating their lived experiences as well as critical speculations into compelling artistic explorations. As they stand on the cusp of their futures, this exhibition reflects their endeavour to shape, question and make better, the AI-driven world they are inheriting.
Curated by Clara Che Wei Peh, Me, Myself and I invites us to ponder the profound implications of AI, offering a window into the thoughts, fears, and hopes of a generation confronting an AI-centric future.
Clara Che Wei Peh
Clara Che Wei Peh is an independent curator and art writer. Her practice focuses on digital visual cultures and emerging technologies. She was recently the Curator for Art Dubai Digital 2023 in the UAE and she held the position of Art Lead at Appetite Singapore from 2021 to early 2023. Previously, she has also been an Adjunct Lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts. Her writings on art and technology have been published on The Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, Art and Market, among others.
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