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Portrait of LONG XINRU. Courtesy the artist.
Portrait of LONG XINRU. Courtesy the artist.
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Mining the Machine

Long Xinru

“If artists can work with technology, then why can’t curators?” asked Long Xinru, when we met in a coffee shop close to her workplace, the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing. Long, who is both an artist and curator, is currently working on a number of projects focused on the relationship between art, science and technology. This includes teaching a course on data art and artificial intelligence (AI) at CAFA and programming the EAST Conference, a series of seminars and workshops aimed at developing and exchanging new ideas in the realm of art and technology, such as this year’s machine-learning workshop. 

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