FridayNITE with Brave New World 2.0 on April 17, 20:00 (CEST). Get free access now and JOIN.
This FridayNITE is all about the NITE performance Brave New World 2.0. Before streaming the performance composer Jonathan Reus will perform live computer music and Philosopher Hans Harbers interviews Guy Weizman about the technological concepts in Brave New World 2.0. Get free access and sign up here.
To give you some context we’ve put together a page filled with inspiration and ideas that had an influence on the creation process.
Curated by director Guy Weizman
Experiments are projects that push the boundaries of art, technology, design and culture. Experiments inspire, teach, and delight.
ELIZA is an early natural language processing computer program created from 1964 to 1966 to demonstrate the superficiality of communication between humans and machines.
Elon Musks believes we live in a simulation.
Get in the Brave New World 2.0 mood with a Brave New World 2.0 inspired Spotify playlist. Yes, that’s a lot of country music! Maybe not what you would expect?
The Brave New World 2.0 zine was made by illustrators all over the world and curated by Knetterijs founder Maarten Huizinga.
The illustrators were invited to picture their idea of the (near) future. Below you see the work of Marjolein Schalk, Levi, Denislav, Jaime Jacob, Bobbi Oskam, Zhou, Joblin and Maarten Huizinga.