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Evelyn Bencicova, Artificial Tears 4, 2017

stampa fotografica montata su dibond / photographic print on dibond
Dimensioni / Size: 90x120
Edizione / Edition: 1/9
Courtesy: c|e contemporary

La serie Artificial Tears si interroga sul futuro dell’intelligenza artificiale mettendo in risalto questioni quali la dipendenza, moralit  e i pregiudizi che il genere umano si pone rispetto a tale tematica. L’uomo di fronte a questa suprema forma di tecnologia prova una combinazione di amore e paura. Gli scenari proposti da Evelyn non mostrano necessariamente un futuro in cui la macchina si comporta come l’uomo ma piuttosto, o allo stesso tempo, un mondo in cui l’essere umano agisce come un automa.

The Artificial Tears series questions the future of artificial intelligence by highlighting issues such as dependence, morality and the prejudices that mankind poses with respect to this issue. Man faced with this supreme form of technology feels a combination of love and fear. The scenarios proposed by Evelyn do not necessarily show a future in which the machine behaves like man but rather, or at the same time, a world in which the human being acts like an automaton.


Evelyn Bencicova

Slovacchia / Slovakia
http://evelynbencicova.com

Evelyn Bencicova è una creativa visiva slovacca nata a Bratislava nel 1992.
Specializzata in fotografia e direzione artistica sperimenta diversi media per dare vita ad opere d’arte che rispecchiano la sua personale visione del mondo .
Ha studiato belle arti presso L’Università di Arti Applicate di Vienna.
Evelyn lavora per diversi marchi di moda e di lusso come Gucci, Cartier e Nehera. Collabora inoltre con istituzioni culturali come Royal Opera House, Berghain, Kunsthalle Basel, il Slovak National Theatre and Ballet e il Museumsquartier di Vienna. Evelyn Bencicova è stata invitata a creare visuals per l’Istituto di Biologia Molecolare in Austria e a creare una performance alla cerimonia di chiusura dell’Atonal a Berlino. Il lavoro commerciale e artistico di Evelyn Bencicova ha visto protagonisti Vogue Portugal, Vogue Czechoslovakia, ZEIT Magazine, ELLE, Dazed & Confused, GUP, HANT e Metal Magazin.
I suoi lavori sono stati inoltre pubblicati su importanti piattaforme online (Juxtapoz, iGNANT.com, Fubiz media), libri fotografici internazionali. Ha partecipato a diverse mostre personali e collettive a Stoccolma, Londra, Tokyo, Parigi, New York, Berlino, Vienna, Milano, Amsterdam, Bruxelles, Praga e Roma solo per citarne alcune.
Nel 2016, Evelyn ha vinto i prestigiosi premi Hasselblad Masters e Broncolor GenNext. È stata inoltre preselezionata e premiata da LensCulture, Independent Photographer, Gomma Grant,
Spotlight awards,Life Framer, Tokyo International Photo Award e OFF Festival.
Evelyn è stata inserita da Artpil fra le 30 under 30 / women photographers.

Evelyn Bencicova is a Slovakian visual creative born in Bratislava in 1992.
Specializing in photography and art direction, she experimented with various media to create works of art that reflect her personal vision of the world.
She studied fine arts at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.
Evelyn works for various fashion and luxury brands like Gucci, Cartier and Nehera. She also collaborates with cultural institutions such as Royal Opera House, Berghain, Kunsthalle Basel, the Slovak National Theater and Ballet and the Museumsquartier in Vienna. Bencicova was invited to create visuals for the Institute of Molecular Biology in Austria, and to perform at the closing ceremony for Atonal Berlin.
The commercial and artistic work of Evelyn Bencicova featured Vogue Portugal, Vogue Czechoslovakia, ZEIT Magazine, ELLE, Dazed & Confused, GUP, HANT and Metal Magazin.
Her works have also been published on important online platforms (Juxtapoz, iGNANT.com, Fubiz media) and international photo books. She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Stockholm, London, Tokyo, Paris, New York, Berlin, Vienna, Milan, Amsterdam. Brussels, Prague and Rome, just to name a few.
In 2016, she won the prestigious Hasselblad Masters and Broncolor GenNext awards. She was also preselected and awarded by LensCulture, Independent Photographer, Gomma Grant, Spotlight awards, Life Framer, Tokyo International Photo Award and OFF Festival.
Evelyn was included by Artpil among the 30 under 30 / women photographers.



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