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Virtual exhibition experience about cyborgs, data and artificial intelligence. From 23 October - 1 November. Sneak preview for DDW from 17 October.

(IM)POSSIBLE BODIES

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(IM)POSSIBLE BODIES (follow up of Robot Love) is an interactive exhibition experience about cyborgs, data and AI. A digital voyage of discovery through augmented realities with (ro)bots, 3D artworks and custom-made virtual avatars in a comprehensive, shared sensory online experience.

(IM)POSSIBLE BODIES is an interactive exhibition experience about cyborgs, data and AI, to be discovered online through augmented realities with (ro)bots, 3D artworks and custom-made virtual avatars that meet in a comprehensive, shared sensory digital experience. (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES is the follow-up of ROBOT LOVE - also from the Niet Normaal INT Foundation - which was a great success in 2017/2018 during DDW in Eindhoven.

Visitors enter the online festival using a laptop and/or app, bring works of art to life and become part of them. The physical exhibition in 's-Hertogenbosch from 23 October to 1 November is canceled due to CIVID-19 measures. We go 100 per cent virtual!

(IM)POSSIBLE BODIES asks the urgent question: What kind of cyborgs do we want to become? Because we have long been cyborgs! Implants in and improvements to our body are the new normal. And we already are fused with our mobile phones.

Step in the shoes of a cyborg and reflect on what it actually means to be cyborg. Reinvent yourself and others during this (physical and online) expo experience, and think about what your (digital) body means and can mean in the near future.

The Makers of ROBOT LOVE

The aim of the Niet Normaal INT foundation: to develop experience exhibitions at the interface of design, art and technology, with the ambition to initiate social discussions, to mix audience groups, and to contribute to a livable world. Director Ine Gevers previously organized Ik + de Ander - Art and the Human Condition, Niet Normaal - Difference on Display '09-'10; Ja Natuurlijk - How art saves the World '13; Hacking Habitat - Art of Control '16 and ROBOT LOVE '18. www.nietnormaal.nl