June/18/2020 - November/30/2020

Do we have good reasons to worry about the ultimate human-like machine we are developing, and will it very soon prove us severely mistaken? Or, in other words, is humankind on the verge of a struggle for control versus man-made machines, which are beginning to form their own independent thoughts?

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Featuring artists along the way

among others

Andreas Gursky, Germany | Anselm Kiefer, Germany | Barbara Kruger, USA | Sigalit Landau, Israel | Bill Viola, USA | Bruce Nauman, USA | Christian Boltanski, France | Jenny Holzer, USA | A.R. Penck, Germany | Josephine Meckseper, Germany | Kendell Geers,Belgium / South Africa | Menashe Kadishman, Israel | Paul McCarthy, USA | Micha Ullman, Israel | Santiago Sierra, Spain | Tsibi Geva, Israel | Sebastiao Salgado, Brazil | Sophie Calle, France | William Kentridge, South Africa | Raffi Lavie, Israel | Wim Wenders, Germany | Yael Bartana, Israel / The Netherlands | Thomas Hirschhorn, Switzerland | Martha Rosler, USA | Gilbert and George, Great Britain | Trine Sondergaard, Denmark | Kimsooja, South Korea | Wilhelm Sasnal, Poland | Michal Rovner, Israel | Artur Zmijewski, Poland | Alfredo Jaar, Chille | Moshe Gershuni, Israel | Douglas Gordon, Scotland | Adrian Paci, Albania | Harun Farocki, Germany | Lida Abdul, Afghanistan | Jusper Just, Denmark | Samuel Beckett, Ireland 



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