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1.7 Emotions from an Algorithmic Point of View

算法眼里的情绪

Coralie Vogelaar (荷兰)

装置,表演

舞台、灯光、凳子

120cm x 300cm x 30cm,20’,2018

艺术家惠允

这件作品逆向地根据脸部识别编码系统的表现,尝试对日常表情进行解构式地探索。简单来讲,艺术家借助当今日趋成熟的面部识别系统,以此为基础,将已经成为日常工具的手机,装备成一部情感追踪器。并通过装置与现场表演两种形式,反映出一种尚未被广泛意识到的现实,即自然生物表情与机器算法之间已然存在的解读关系。该作品在展览期间将以静态多媒体装置的形式呈现,而在展览开幕当日,将由参与作品原创的演员Marina Miller Dessau进行现场表演。

 

Emotions from an Algorithmic Point of View

Coralie Vogelaar (NL)

Installation,Performance

Stage, Light, Stool

120cm x 300cm x 30cm,20’,2018

Courtesy Artist

Emotions from an Algorithmic Point of View Performance, around 20 minutes. theater light, stool, iphone with face recognition software triggering a sound scape.This work explores deconstructed facial expressions according to the Facial Action Coding System. This system forms the basis of contemporary emotion recognition software. With the help of the tracking mechanism of a mobile phone the performance demonstrates a computational approach to our emotions.

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