Curator guided tour through the exhibition Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine in the context of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017 with Amelie Klein, Curator, Vitra Design MuseumRobotics—driven by Digital Modernity—has already fundamentally altered our working and daily lives. Hello, Robot. tells the story of a convergence of human and machine. More than 200 exhibition objects from the realms of art, design, and
architecture, as well as examples from technology, film, literature, fashion, science, and pop culture examine the inexorable
hype around intelligent machines and the crucial role played by design. This first comprehensive exhibition on the opportunities
and challenges of robotics invites visitors to reconsider their own attitude towards these new technologies.
Curator guided tourVienna Biennale 2017
Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine
Thu, 14.09.2017, 4.00 pm
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