Everyone spoke of it: artificial machines, generative art, and the looming apocalypse. Everything was changing, and we all knew it was inevitable. We had already reached a tipping point, and there was nothing governments or the founding developers could do - our existence would be fundamentally altered. Oddly enough, it was our ideas of our history and archeology that would be hit hardest. We no longer had a reference point for ‘now’; imagining the future was like discovering our past. All clouded with a fuzzy yearning for the good old days when reality was real and CGI fake.

Use the comments to complete the following: “You and your machines took my ____.”

An immersive installation with no reference point for 'now' and imagining the future is like discovering our past, australian national museum, australia


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