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Machines & Fictions

Félix Luque Sánchez - Machines & Fictions
Machines & Fictions is a monograph on the work of Spanish artist Félix Luque Sánchez over the last twelve years, in collaboration with fellow artists Damien Gernay and Íñigo Bilbao. The book includes texts by leading scholars, curators, and art critics who discuss Félix Luque Sánchez's artistic projects.
Published on the occasion of the exponymous exhibition at Centre des Arts, Enghien-les-Bains, in 2021.
Felix Luque Sánchez (born 1976 in Oviedo, Spain, lives and works in Brussels, Belgium) is an artist whose work explores how humans conceive their relationship with technology and provides spaces for reflection on current issues such as the development of artificial intelligence and automatism. Using electronic and digital systems of representation, as well as mechatronic sculptures, generative sound scores, live data feeds and algorithmic processes, he creates narratives in which fiction blends with reality, suggesting possible scenarios of a near future and confronting the viewer with her fears and expectations about what machines can do.
Edited by Pau Waelder and Emmanuel Cuisinier.
Texts by Mónica Bello, Iñigo Bilbao Lopategui, Pierre-Yves Desaïve, Jussi Parikka, Nadim Samman, Yigit Soncul, Pau Waelder.

Graphic design: Collin Hotermans.
published in October 2021
bilingual edition (English / French)
21,5 x 25 cm (hardcover)
224 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-916639-54-3
EAN : 9782916639543
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