HOLO is an editorial and curatorial platform tracking emerging trajectories in art, science and technology (since 2012). It aims to explore 'disciplinary interstices and entangled knowledge as epicentres of critical creative practice, radical imagination, research, and activism.'
Appearances of the platform's print magazine are an event, with only two issues in a decade, but at last we have the third outing: 'Mirror Stage: Between Computability and Its Opposite' in which the guest editor, critic and curator of digital art Nora N. Khan and fifteen luminaries question our problematic faith in and deference to AI. Exploring the limits of knowledge, prediction, language, and abstraction in computation, their collected essays and artworks measure the gap between machine learning hypotheticals and the mess of lived experience.
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