I work at the crossroads of art and physics. My art explores how we should rethink emerging technologies in order to better innovate the future. I observe developments in scientific research and explore them in the light of epistemology, the philosophy of sciences, the history of culture, and the history of sciences.
I analyze where underlying thought systems need to be extended in order to use the full potential of new inventions. Relevant questions for the future I bring into the exhibition space. My artistic practice uses new technologies to transform things into technological effective spaces. Worldbuilding, artificial intelligence, extended realities, producing hard- and software are part of my process, as well as photography, glass casting, aluminum casting, composition and choreography.
Viewers experience my sculptures, performances, compositions and installations as a symbiosis of virtual and physical worlds. The resulting space allows for reflection on the inner workings of technological advancement and its possible impacts.MORE ABOUT BYRKE LOU