As part of VDF’s partnership with Stockholm Design Week, designer Monica Förster takes us on a tour of the exhibition Hyper Human at The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology.
Hyper Human – AI, genetic engineering and eternal life: The new exhibition at The Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm explores the relationship between humans and technology – in the past, present and future.
This exclusive tour of the exhibition’s design is led by designer Monica Förster, founder of Monica Förster Design Studio, which is based at Södermalm in Stockholm.
Förster created the spatial design of Hyper Human, working with BAS Interesting Times Gang to explore how AI works when creating new forms.
In her tour, Förster tells us about the experimental and artistic approach they had when letting the AI choose how to design different objects.
With sustainability in mind, they also let the AI decide how to minimise material usage when designing an object, with surprising results. The objects that came out of the 3D printer had organic structures and fascinating patterns, far from the Scandinavian design Monica Förster usually works with.
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