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IMPORT 4: Le Chateau de Turing

Pierre Huyghe
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What characterizes the Turing machine is first of all its universality: the borders between the cognitive modes of man, animal and machine are abolished. Among all the possible Turing machines, the one Pierre Huyghe presents contains three methods of data processing: human, alive and artificial. Here, the spectator is himself a calculating being, leading his investigation under the retroactive control of

the Hal computer – which, in addition, directs computing processes that culminate in generating and exposing visual art works. Limited edition of 1000 copies. DVD O-zone, colour, sound, 17’

  1. IMPORT 4: Le Chateau de Turing

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