It’s funny when we see how people from the past imagined the future to be one filled with flying cars and ruled by automatons. But while that future has still yet to arrive, it makes me wonder what it will mean to be a human being 100 years from now?
From 20 May 2017, the lines between fiction and reality will be blurred at the Artscience Museum‘s newest exhibition – Human+: The Future of Our Species. This exhibition explores that very question and showcases the possible human evolutions in the future while focusing on potent societal and ethical issues.
In collaboration with the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin and The Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB), the exhibition features over 40 international artists, scientists, technologists and designers.
They include prominent figures in the fields of robotics, biotechnology, synthetic technology and artificial intelligence, such as the world’s first cyborg Neil Harbisson.
Lose yourself in quirky contemporary artworks, live demonstrations of the latest robotic technologies, innovative design prototypes and more at Human+.
Dates & Time: From 20 May 2017, 10am – 7pm
Prices: From $17 (Tickets)
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