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Poetbot v_1.1

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Dimitris Mitropoulos Foyer & Allegro
Poetbot v_1.1

The Poetbot’s purpose is to generate short poetic forms. Core database for the AI algorithm was created out of 1000 pcs of digital poetry texts written by the authors together with Apple’s intelligent QuickType feature for iOS systems. In order to communicate with Poetbot, users should operate with the specially dedicated emoji signs. After a short interview and according to the given answers a personalized poetry text will be generated. Poetbot collects basic statistic data and uses the cookies files to improve his own skills.


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Inside Job (Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus) (PL)

The main attribute of Lucinska & Knychaus works is temporariness. Without “domesticated” contexts, on “the unknown” territories, between foreign languages – Inside Job is a cultural mash-up migrant. They work with the whole variety of contemporary mediums. The aesthetic side of their practice is based on the subversive incorporation of fashion and subcultural issues that form our hypernormal reality. Inside Job artists strongly believe in art as a platform for communication between people living in this hybrid digitalized world. The artists have been awarded with the Santander Prize for Emerging Artists in 2016. Selected exhibitions include: IAMAI – Bots and Other Humanoids, Galerie DuflonRacz, Project Links, Bern; Switzerland, Eurasia, ZHdK Galerie 1&2, Toni Areal, Zurich, Switzerland; CellY Project at LAB, Fuchsbau Festival, Hannover-Lehrte, Germany; Ostrale 2017 – Contemporary Art Biennale, Dresden, Germany; Musrara Mix Festival, Jerusalem, Israel; Refugees Conversations, Museum of the History of Polish Jews-POLIN, Warsaw, Poland; Fabrikfest, Kulturfabrik Burgdorf, Burgdorf, Switzerland; Cockaigne/ Schlaraffenland, UP Project Space Gallery, Berlin, Germany; New Waves 2015, MOCA, Virginia, USA; Callegenera, Monterrey, Mexico.