Curator of human-robot/AI connections. Feel it, think it, act it!
As curator of human-robot/AI connections Ine Gevers combines insights and skills from various disciplines such as art, philosophy, psychology, neurology, technology. During her career as the creative director of largescale, international exhibitions at the interface of art, design & technology she works with a wide range of organizations: academia, art, business, consultancy, government, management, media. In her experience, there is a thin line between curating works of art and curating contexts for sensory perception, cognition and interaction between human (and non-human) beings. She knows how to inspire, contextualize, disrupt and motivate people and their organizations, enabling subtle and massive transformations towards reclaiming agency in complex environments.
Ine Gevers delivers engaging presentations on the role of technology in contemporary society, both illuminating for the private sector and for semi-governments. She always is ahead of what is considered to be common knowledge and was called “the Netherlands’ most radical curator” (Dezeen, 2019). She anticipates the future, bringing together art, technology and humanity into a captivating cocktail that stimulates new ways of thinking, discussions on (future) human behaviour enabled by technology and is a must for everyone interested in the impact of technology on individuals, organisations and society at large.
Clients (amongst others):
Achmea / AMG / Akzo Nobel / ATOS / BPD / Dutch Design Week / FNV / CG-raad / Desso / Essent / Gemeentemuseum Den Haag / IDFA / Lidl / Nationale Ombudsman / Ministerie van Economische Zaken / Nyenrode / Olympic Committee London / Rabobank / Sioux / Summa College / Twynstra Gudde / Utrecht University / VPRO / Waag Society / WNF / ZonMw.