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Opening Hyphen-Labs

Opening Hyphen-Labs "PushMi PullYu", September 11, 2020, Schering Stiftung
Photo: Ink Agop

Schering Stiftung Podcast, Episode 1

Episode 1: Making of "PushMi PullYu"

Opening Hyphen-Labs "PushMi PullYu", September 11, 2020, Schering Stiftung
Photo: Ink Agop

Schering Stiftung Podcast, Episode 1

Episode 1: Making of "PushMi PullYu"

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November 25, 2020

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The first episode of the Schering Stiftung Podcast provides insight into the development process as well as the philosophical and technological background of the installation “PushMi PullYu” by the art and design studio Hyphen-Labs, which opened on September 11, 2020, in the exhibition space of the Schering Stiftung. Carmen Aguilar y Wedge and Ece Tankal talk about their exchange with the neuroscientist John-Dylan Haynes, whose work was a major inspiration for the exhibition, and about why their love of science fiction helped them connect with Haynes. They also explain the challenges they faced in programming the vacuum cleaner robots of “PushMi PullYu.”

Moderators: Christina Landbrecht and Nele Heinevetter (curators of “PushMi PullYu”)

 

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Audio — November 04, 2020

Schering Stiftung Podcast

Episode 2: How far is the distance between yourself and your thoughts? Hyphen-Labs in conversation with John-Dylan Haynes

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Audio — November 04, 2020

Schering Stiftung Podcast

Episode 1: How far is the distance between yourself and your thoughts? Artist Talk with Hyphen-Labs

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Podcast - Episode 2

Artist talk — December 10, 2020

What does the "PushMi PullYu" exhibition have to do with neuroscience?

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Schering Stiftung Podcast

Artist talk — Series

The episodes will present trends and projects that reflect and inspire the work of the Schering Stiftung.

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Hyphen-Labs

Exhibition — September 12 – November 22, 2020

The exhibition ended due to the measures to contain the Corona-Pandemic on November 2, 2020.

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The Artists 

Hyphen-Labs is an international team of women of color working at the intersection of technology, art, and science. Its focus is on engaging with current societal discourses and scientific issues as well as technological developments. Founded in 2014 by the Mexican-American engineer Carmen Aguilar y Wedge and the Turkish architect Ece Tankal, the studio has collaborated with psychologists, programmers, artists, and scientists ever since. For PushMi PullYu, the artists collaborated with Dr. Mary Katherine Heinrich, swarm researcher and expert on artificial intelligence systems, who was responsible for the programming, and the IT studio Kai Lab, which hacked the Roombas using their own homemade hardware that sits on the machines like a crown.

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December 10, 2020

Schering Stiftung Podcast, Episode 2

Epsiode 2: Hyphen-Labs in conversation with John-Dylan Haynes on "PushMi PullYu"

 

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