The exhibition Technophilia

From March 16, 2022 - 09:00 to May 29, 2022 - 18:00
LUMC Art Gallery

Lecture and ending of exibihition Technophilia by Margriet van Breevoort

The exhibition Technophilia is on display from 16 March until 29 May at the Art Gallery of the LUMC. It portrays a futuristic world in which nature and technology have literally adapted to each other and have grown together.

The exhibition Technophilia by Margriet van Breevoort portrays a futuristic world in which nature and technology have literally adapted to each other and have grown together. Life has undergone a technological evolution and cyborg-like creatures were formed because of it. Part of this ecosystem are, among other things, the self-idolatrous and efficiënt pinnacles of our evolution: Cubistic human beings. It makes you wonder… is our love for technology steering us towards a dystopia or utopia? What does the future have in store for us and our environment?

On Sunday the 29th of May, a lecture on the relationship between nature and technology will be held in the LUMC Art Gallery. The speaker (TBC) will present engaging new narratives on possible and preferable futures in which biology and technology will fuse.

Did you know? Outside of Life Sciences, we focus on two major themes: Biodiversity and Space