Skip to main content

Exhibition / Museum


Simulated intelligence

26 Feb - 20 Apr 2020

The event is over

Greg Dunn, « Brainbow Hippocampus in Color »

While artificial intelligence appears to have invaded all the industrial fields of the contemporary world, from finance to medicine, games to behaviour, architecture and the military, this situation has never really been linked to the history of neuro-science and neuro-computation. The exhibition “Neurons, simulated intelligence” highlights the links between the research of artists, architects, designers and musicians, and that by major scientific laboratories or the industrial sector. In the framework of “Mutations/Creations”.

With “Mutations/Creations” the Centre Pompidou becomes a laboratory for creation and innovation at the frontiers of art, science and engineering. Each year, the programme brings together artists, engineers and scientists. For its fourth edition, “Mutations/Creations” pursues its prospective research through two exhibitions. “Neurons, simulated intelligence” associates technical progress and artistic representation around artificial intelligence. “Jeremy Shaw” presents a unique immersive project, which flirts with science-fiction and alternative cultures.

Greg Dunn, « Brainbow Hippocampus in Color »


26 Feb - 20 Apr 2020
11am - 9pm, every days except tuesdays

Temporairement fermé


Galerie 4