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UNMASKED

Release Dates

May 17 14:00 Story 1: Dance of the faces

May 24 14:00 Story 2: Leave the face at home

May 31 14:00 Story 3: 1000 faces or none

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UNMASKED is the debut learning experience presented by The Cultural Index. The first of many to come, UNMASKED is an online exhibition exploring the supernatural power of the face in a technocentric world.  Will avatars, facial recognition and deepfake technology lead to the damnation or salvation of identity?  Think: An eerily life like 3D host, immersive narrative driven soundscapes, 3D artefacts and artworks explained in easily digestible content.

 

Each week your host lead you into a new reality exploring the fascinating relationship between our face and the world. Sign-up to get notified of each release. 

 

About UNMASKED

Your face may be a weapon or a prophetic tool of self-expression. The face we show the world is constantly shifting.  UNMASKED will be released over three weeks, with the first story availablefrom 14:00 on Tuesday May 17th. . 

UNMASKED is supported by the Stimuleringsfonds. Featuring works from the Design Museum Den Bosch, the Wereldculturen Collectie and 14 artists. Made in collaboration with XL Studios, Post Neon & Pim Boreel. Launch sponsored by Kees de Boekhouder.

Story 1

Dance of the Faces

Exploring

The magic of the Mask
Masking to Connect to Higher Forces
Masking to the Depths of Identity

Featuring
Mexican Festival Mask thanks to the Wereldculturen Collectie, Polina Zinziver, Anke Sondi & Oliver Hunter Pohorille (AKA Scum Boy).

Story 2

Leave the Face at Home

Exploring

Being Seen
Being mis-Seen
How to conceal
 

Featuring

Facial Weaponization Suite, by Zach Blas thanks to the Design Museum Den Bosch, Mirjam Mengershausen & Sterling Crispin.

Story 3
100 Faces or None

Exploring

Synthetic Faces
Faces for the future
Your face

Featuring

CROSSLUCID, LOREM, Minne Atairu and POST NEON. 

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