All the Lives & Stop Hate Speech || At Planet Digital, Museum für Gestaltung || 11.2. – 6.6.2022
Digitalisation is more than a mere translation of the analogue. It is a more profound shift in society and our world. The virtual world is becoming increasingly interwoven with the real world, provoking new forms of immersion, experience and materiality.
The exhibition «Planet Digital» was realised by the Zurich University of the Arts, the University of Zurich and the Zurich University of Applied Sciences together with Museum für Gestaltung. Together with national and international artists and designers, 23 projects have been developed that inquire about the present and future state of digitalisation.
«All the Lives» is an immersive mixed media installation by Nadine Cocina, Dr. Björn Franke and Paulina Zybinska. It gives visitors the possibility to virtually experience different life situations. Through a deep fake algorithm, image and voice samples of the visitor are integrated into short films that depict them in alternative states of life.
«Stop Hate Speech» investigates the spread of hate speech in the internet and explores possibilities of action to deal with hostility and insults that attack a person or group based on their identity.
These works were developed by Interaction Design students as part of the Reactive Signs module by Luke Franzke and Rebecca Morganti-Pfaffhauser.
With Lukman Aščić & Audrey-Meret Lohmann, Mo Bünzli & Carina Good, Lars Ziegler & Matthias Naegeli, Sonja Cowley & Giovanna Yanireth León Briceno, Loïc Hommel & Nanthatchaporn Janthasom, Luis Praxmarer & Tanja Landolt, Elena Walther & Lea Bischoff, Lyvia Muniz Gomes Wägli & Benjamin Eggstein.
«Planet Digital» 11 February to 6 June, 2022
Museum für Gestaltung, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, Zurich
Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
The exhibition "Planet Digital" was made possible by Stiftung Mercator Switzerland and DIZH Digitalisierungsinitiative der Zürcher Hochschulen.