Conducted in Cantonese and English.
Today, technology is becoming more and more difficult to evade. Faced with ‘invisible technology’, humans have nowhere to hide. Ubiquitous computing, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence all seem to be advancing humanity, but in reality, they are changing the way we interact with our surroundings in insidious ways—simplifying our actions, compressing our motivations, and defining our digital existence. However, there is not only the ‘human use of human beings’, but also the human ways: obscure, improvised, faulty and serendipitous. This workshop seeks to inspire participants to rethink how technology regulates and intrudes in our daily lives as well as to respond to this regulation and intrusion with practical action.
is an art practitioner who relies on online resources but nonetheless enjoys his life offline. He’s his own avatar.