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The Unfinished Live Art Exhibit at The Shed will Immerse Visitors in a World where They own and control their digital data The highlight of the need for Ethical Digital Technology

The Unfinished Live Art Exhibit at The Shed will Immerse Visitors in a World where They own and control their digital data The highlight of the need for Ethical Digital Technology

NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2021 -- "A Project Liberty Experience" -- a fascinating, interactive art exhibit that enlightens visitors to envision naive and controlled worlds with specialized data -- will rd ddr thrr was a liar. In part of the Unfinished Live in the Shed. The installation includes work by acclaimed media artist and director Refik Anadol, a pioneer of data and machine intelligence. The art exhibit is free and open to the public and runs through September 25th. thy tyte lg. . Unfinished Live will bring together influential tech, impact and cultural leaders focused on exploring the future of digital technologies and accelerating solutions for a more ethical and equitable internet.

The city's entrepreneur, Frank McCourt, founded Project Liberty, which he founded in 1992. "For all of technology' benefits, the current tech structure lacks the conscience, and it'll create and exacer ,. The visionary initiative is to transform the Internet and benefit from the digital economy. "Users of today's technology platforms do not own, control or derive value from their personal dataand this should concern us all. A Project Liberty Experience is designed to encourage people to reflect deeply on this dynamic and better understand its damaging consequences. We hope that the experience leads us to create a world where the personal data belongs to individuals and to reclaim technology for the common good.

Anadol's contribution to the Project Liberty Experience includes an immersive work titled "Machine Hallucination," which is composed of more than 100 million publicly available images of New York City'' architectural, cityscapes and The work creates an entirely new audio-visual experience that explores how the use and monetization of personal data in the digital age is changing our way of telling stories in public spaces.

Anadol said that art can be a powerful tool for social change. "I'm excited to be part of creating a groundbreaking exhibit that allows visitors to personally connect with the idea that their data is beautiful, valuable, empowering and most importantly important to them. Theirs is theirs. . I hope this work stimulates people to think about how their data is being used and recognize they should have a choice in this matter."

The exhibit will be held in The Shed's McCourt space, a 17,000 square-foot light-, sound- and temperature-controlled hall. The installation contains an interactive component where visitors respond to the central prompt ("If I owned and controlled my own data, the world would be...") into the experience itself. The installation will also feature a segment that allows visitors to "touch and feel" the difference between the current, closed-off and liberated world of data ownership by private companies and the liberating world the freedom of the people's data

"The Shed welcomes innovative art and ideas, exemplified by Unfinished Live and its Project Liberty Experience," said Alex Poots, The Shede's artistic director and CEO. "We're excited to host unfinished Live and help make this engaging work available for the public."

Project Liberty Experience is free and open to the public. Interested parties can buy tickets online to access the entire Unfinished Live in-person event or watch virtual programming for free. The full itinerary and registration details for Unfinished Live are available on the event's website.

Here are details about the COVID-19 vaccination and mask policies of The Shed.

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