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Louis-Philippe Demers

Louis-Philippe Demers

A Monocular Dialogue



Louis-Philippe Demers makes large-scale installations and performances. Demers has built more than 400 machines, and he has received prizes from Ars Electronica, Vida, the Japan Media Arts Festival, and the Helpman Awards. His works have been featured at major venues such as the Theatre de la Ville, Sonambiente, ISEA, Siggraph and Sonar. Demers' academic journey includes the ZKM and the School of Art at NTU (Singapore). He was the Director of the Creative Lab at the QUT (Brisbane). Demers holds visiting professorships from UAL (London), CAFA (Beijing), and the Applied Arts University (Vienna).

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A Monocular Dialogue

3D Printing, Mechatronics, Microprocessors, Computer Vision, Generative AI

A Monocular Dialogue incarnates myths in the age of information and technology. It is an encounter with a single-eyed robot that stares at you and endlessly whispers its inner ruminations. Underneath this confluence of Greek mythology and artificial intelligence (AI) lie intriguing, albeit metaphorical, similarities. This 3D-printed polyphemus symbolizes their narrow and limited perspectives, suggests their creation by higher powers, and alludes to the monumental tasks they perform. Between irony and nostalgia, this eye-to-eye dialogue is staged as “the AI is present”.

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