Technical developments in healthcare are happening at lightning speed. We can do more and more and improve the quality of our lives with it. At the same time, the downside is that with these technological advances, we are heating up and polluting the planet more and more, thus hastening our own demise. The healthcare sector is also a large
scale to that pollution. It is the paradoxical relationship between progress and its downside that is the focus of this exhibition.
Artificial intelligence is getting smarter, and we are giving computers more and more information about ourselves, both in healthcare and in our daily lives. Will we humans soon be obsolete and technology take over? The selected artists in this exhibition in Galerie LUMC (Leiden University Medical Center) made work around these and other questions about technology and the future, a future in which healthcare will also change significantly.
The exhibition can be visited until March 10.
Featuring work by: Casper Braat, Merijn Bolink, Harm van den Dorpel, Driessens & Verstappen, Jan Robert Leegte, Joanneke Meester, Jeroen van der Most & Peter van der Putten, Maria Koijck, Jan Eric Visser and Rob Voerman. More information