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Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present Emilie Duval: "Now You Know." In this show, she will present how algorithms, within the trend of societal optimization and productivity, redesign our environment. Duval creates futuristic architectures of cities, borders and private spaces modeled by algorithms to envision the multiple layers of our upcoming societies.

The paintings present the thematics of housing (Property and Despair), cities (The Island I and II), immigration (The Oracle at the Gates and The Dystopian Tents) and philosophy (Plato’s Corridor and Reflective Trap) to create a visual connection and a questioning towards those subject matters in the future.

The paintings depict a combination of shapes, texts extracted from researches and drawings to represent the multiple layers of societies and their complexity. On the foreground waves are painted to symbolize the imperceptible changes of societies made by algorithms.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through August 21.

Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present Emilie Duval: "Now You Know." In this show, she will present how algorithms, within the trend of societal optimization and productivity, redesign our environment. Duval creates futuristic architectures of cities, borders and private spaces modeled by algorithms to envision the multiple layers of our upcoming societies.

The paintings present the thematics of housing (Property and Despair), cities (The Island I and II), immigration (The Oracle at the Gates and The Dystopian Tents) and philosophy (Plato’s Corridor and Reflective Trap) to create a visual connection and a questioning towards those subject matters in the future.

The paintings depict a combination of shapes, texts extracted from researches and drawings to represent the multiple layers of societies and their complexity. On the foreground waves are painted to symbolize the imperceptible changes of societies made by algorithms.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through August 21.

Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present Emilie Duval: "Now You Know." In this show, she will present how algorithms, within the trend of societal optimization and productivity, redesign our environment. Duval creates futuristic architectures of cities, borders and private spaces modeled by algorithms to envision the multiple layers of our upcoming societies.

The paintings present the thematics of housing (Property and Despair), cities (The Island I and II), immigration (The Oracle at the Gates and The Dystopian Tents) and philosophy (Plato’s Corridor and Reflective Trap) to create a visual connection and a questioning towards those subject matters in the future.

The paintings depict a combination of shapes, texts extracted from researches and drawings to represent the multiple layers of societies and their complexity. On the foreground waves are painted to symbolize the imperceptible changes of societies made by algorithms.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through August 21.

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WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.fwcac.com/post/now-you-know-by-emilie-duval

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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