From 09.03.2022 to 14.04.2022
Gallery l'elac, Renens [map]

An increasing number of images are produced autonomously by machines for machines with a gradual exclusion of any human intervention. "Automated Photography" is a research project developed by the Master Photography at ECAL that addresses this situation by examining image production and distribution technologies, such as machine learning, drones CGI, augmented reality and photogrammetry. After Paris Photo, the Gallery l'elac is pleased to host an immersive audiovisual exhibition, accompanied by a conference and a book, presenting critical views and a selection of projects that explore the aesthetic and conceptual potential of automated photography.

Nora Al-Badri, Simone C Niquille, Alan Warburton, Florian Amoser, Sara Bastai, Emidio Battipaglia, Emma Bedos, Alexey Chernikov, Gaël Corboz, Nikolai Frerichs, Sally Jo, Gohan Keller, Philipp Klak, Augustin Lignier, Valentin Woeffray

Opening reception: Wednesday 9 March from 6 to 8 pm
Exhibition: 10 March to 14 April, Wednesday to Saturday, 1 to 5 pm

Constant Dullaart, conceptual artist & curator, Berlin & Amsterdam
Wednesday 30 March at 6pm, ECAL

The work of Dutch artist Constant Dullaart deals with the broad cultural and social effects of communication technologies and image processing. He works mainly with the Internet as another space for presentation and deformation. His approach, often political, elaborates a critique of the control that globalised systems have over our perception of the world and the way we passively adopt their language. His artistic practice includes websites, web-based performances, NFTs, digital prints, YouTube videos and domain name redesigns.

Galerie l'elac & ECAL, avenue du Temple 5, 1020 Renens


Image Simone C Niquille

Exhibition view
Image ECAL/Florian Amoser

Exhibition view
Image ECAL/Florian Amoser

Opening reception

Image ECAL/Santiago Martinez