During the 2022 edition of Videocittà, the G2 space of the “little gazometer” will be entirely dedicated to an interactive installation dedicated to children and beyond.
In fact, during all the days of the festival it will be possible to explore this immersive path that invites us to reflect on the relationship between men and machines, taking into consideration a peculiar aspect common to all human beings: emotions.
What happens when a machine asks us to feel emotions?
In the last 15 years, artificial intelligence has become a permanent reality in our life, even in an invisible way: but can an artificial intelligence be empathic? Can he really recognize our feelings?
And what is our feeling in front of a car that challenges us to feel emotions?
Feed my emotion, in this sense, is not only a game, but also an invitation that pushes adults and children to a wider inner reflection.
Feed my Emotions, curated by the artists Ultraviolet and Michal Zemel, is the result of the LIBERTY project co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the European Union - of which Explora, the Children's Museum of Rome is a partner - born to deal with issues of community cohesion, migration, local and European identity, through festivals and artistic performances.