S I M U L A C R A
interactive video installation


Ingreso Libre Lima

"MIRAR"
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Ingreso Libre - Fundacion Telefónica
Av. Arequipa 1155, Lima
Exhibition: 3.08.-4.11.2018










SIMULACRA is an optophysical experimental arrangement and penetrates deep into the discourses of subject and view, image and reality. The viewers are motivated to reflect on their patterns of perception and to create an awareness for the visual culture of the virtual space and its process of imagination. > more







MIRAR / SEEING
The MIRAR exhibition was originally created as SEEING by the Science Gallery of Trinity College in Dublin, a member of The Global Science Gallery Network.
This exhibition brings us closer to advances in neuroscience, artificial intelligence and robotics, through 20 interactive installations by contemporary artists exploring the complex sensory experience of vision, perception and the relationship between the human eye and machine.

We'll illuminate optics, perspective, and comprehension while exploring enhanced and augmented ways of seeing, artificial eyes, and radical alternatives to vision. SEEING examines the subjectivity of sight, the other senses that shape our view of the world, and the unexpected parallels between human and machine vision. > more



THE GLOBAL SCIENCE GALLERY NETWORK
In 2012 the Global Science Gallery Network was launched with the support of Google.org, andthe aim of establishing eight university-linked galleries worldwide by 2020. Based on the modelpioneered at Trinity College Dublin, the Network is set to take the Science Gallery mission global.The first new gallery will open in London in 2017, followed by galleries in Melbourne andBengaluru (Bangalore) in 2018. The development of the Network is being driven by ScienceGallery International, a non-profit headquartered in Dublin that is also charged with touringScience Gallery exhibitions worldwide. Exhibitions from Dublin have now toured to twelvelocations internationally, reaching more than 400,000 people in science and art centres acrossthe globe. > more