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FutureEverything presents Future Sessions

Future Sessions Trust in invisible agents launch party.
21st March 2018 7pm 
Whitworth Art Gallery, Oxford Road, Manchester.  venue link
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FutureEverything presents Future Sessions: Trust in invisible agents

As computing dissolves into the everyday, we find ourselves surrounded by millions of connected, intelligent objects. Scattered throughout the city, a bin, lamppost or coffee cup can be a computing device, a sensor or actuator. With our increasingly intelligent urban infrastructures, with the emergence of AI and embedded intelligence, computing has become ubiquitous and unseen. Invisible agents monitor and influence our lives, largely unexamined and unchecked. With this in mind, FutureEverything hosts future scenarios through new lenses for you to engage in, with artists, performers and panellists from the UK and beyond.

Future Sessions exposes the unseen currents of the Internet of Things through ideas, art, experiments and workshops.

Future Sessions Launch Party

Wednesday 21st March 2018, 20:00 till late
Whitworth Art Gallery, Oxford Road, Manchester

Future Sessions will launch with an evening of audiovisual performances in the Whitworth Art Gallery's Grand Hall, featuring local and international artists curated by Sean Clarke of Test Card.

Performances include:

Lucas Gutierrez

Joe Beedles

Seth Scott + Guillaume Dujat

Dan Hett + Ling Tan + Naho Matsuda

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