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/ John Gerrard
View of John Gerrard's "X. laevis (Spacelab)," Simon Preston Gallery, New York.
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Laura McLean-Ferris

Where is the bright line between life and the simulation of life? And what then are the criteria for assessing aliveness? These questions are forever reconstituted and assessed anew at life’s fringes—around automata, the dead, artificial intelligence. 2017’s prestige AI television series Westworld is only the most recent thinking-through of... continue reading
John Gerrard’s “Farm”

THOMAS DANE GALLERY, London

John Gerrard, "Farm," Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2015.
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ADAM KLEINMAN

Behold: a red headband-wearing cat warrior brandishing a gold-plated .45 automatic astride a rearing white unicorn that breathes fire; all this in front of a rainbow, some violent explosions, and a castle from Super Mario. No, this isn’t my fantasy, it’s simply a Google image search return for “what does... continue reading

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