Screen sculpture, 2021.
Specific program on computer, screen, sound system.
Production : city of Lille.
Public collection : city of Lille.
Exhibitions : POUSH Paris, Spazio In Situ Rome, Espace le Carré Lille.
"Dislessia is a screen sculpture desperately trying to learn
In a disembodied voice, an artificial intelligence
repeatedly utters grammatically wrong sentences. When the
computer program manages to formulate the expression
correctly, it inexhaustibly tackles the next linguistic proposition.
From this absurd mechanism emanates a form of poetry, the
one found in the eternal repetition of cycles, both tragic and
The title of the work, which means dyslexia in Italian,
also refers to the female names commonly attributed to artificial
intelligences: Alexa (Amazon), Eliza (M.I.T.). Personified in this
way, Dislessia embodies that sense of incommunicability that
every human being experiences.
Indira Béraud, curator.