From last November 29 to March 29, 2020, in Tokyo, will be exhibited DATAMONOLITH_AI at the Mori Art Museum. The work was created by the American studio Ouchhh – based in Los Angeles – who designed an installation consisting of LED screens about six meters high.
DATAMONOLITH_AI combines, on the one hand, the artificial intelligence and on the other hand all that is known about the historical period of the Neolithic. The aim is to reemerge the oldest origins of the world in a digital way. The work has been recreated using a series of projections showing images on a three-dimensional block. The installation is part of the exhibition future and the arts: ai, robotics, cities, life – how humanity will live tomorrow which consists of five sections that include “new possibilities of cities”, “towards architectural neo-metabolism”, “innovations in design and lifestyle”, “human growth and its ethical issues” and “society and human beings in transformation”, and presents over 100 projects/works that encourage viewers to contemplate cities, environmental issues, human lifestyles and the state of society. The exhibition then explores the technological advances of recent years that are beginning to have a significant impact on various aspects of our lives.