Th / 06.12.18 / 19.30
Künstlergespräch mit Prof. Dr. Dr. Ruth Stock-Homburg und Prof. Ingeborg Henzler

David Czupryn not only takes up the calssical technique of Trompe-l'œil painting in his works but, with his enigmatic figures reminicent of both human and machine and with hints to alternative lifeforms, he also opens a window to a future where artificial and natural forms of intelligenze co-exist.

So how do art and craft go together with bits and bytes? How do artistic creativity and artificial intelligence relate? Prof Dr. Dr. Ruth Stock-Homburg, Prof. Ingeborg Henzler and David Czupryn discuss these questions in German.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ruth Stock-Homburg is a co-developer of Elenoide, a female android. Her research is focused on responsible and humane design of humanoid robots.

Prof. Ingeborg Henzler is a board member of the Dr. Hans Riegel-Stiftung, Bonn. There, she is resposible for educational and reserach projects, especially concerning STEM, as well as for the support of fine art.

David Czupryn, alternative lifeforms, 2018, oil on canvas, 280 x 480 cm, two parts
© David Czupryn

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ruth Stock-Homburg mit robot woman Elenoide
© TU Darmstadt