Special screening: Lawrence Lek’s Geomancer

Tuesday 18 September, ArtReview Bar

Lawrence Lek, Geomancer (still), 2016. © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London. Commissioned for the Jerwood / Film & Video Umbrella Award

Please join us for a special screening of Lawrence Lek's Geomancer (2016) on Tuesday 26 September. 

In 2065, an adolescent satellite comes to Earth hoping to become the first AI artist… Lawrence Lek’s Geomancer plays on the tensions between human and machine, the rise of East Asia and the challenge posed by artificial intelligence to the principles of art.

The screening is part of a yearlong collaboration between ArtReview and Modern Forms, which takes as a point of departure the complex systems shaping our world. 

Doors open at 6.30 pm; the screening will start at 7 pm with drinks available at the (cash only) bar before and after the film. 

Tuesday 18 September
Screening begins at 7pm and the film lasts 48 minutes

ArtReview Bar
1 Honduras Street, EC1Y 0TH

Please RSVP to rsvp@artreview.com


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14 September 2018