"Exhibits" introduces us to a fictional gallery where euclidean solids meet their xenomorphic counterparts. The solids are idealized structures, presented as whole and symmetrical. The counterparts maintain corrupted, incomplete and asymmetrical forms.
These counterparts are sculptures generated through the Genetic Algorithm, an optimization algorithm inspired by Darwinian evolution. In their shape, they encapsulate the story of the algorithm's search for the best solution, laid out in three-dimensional space.
During the virtual exhibition they oppose the euclidean solids, threatening their purity in our perception. A dialogue unfolds, with the two worlds fighting for their independence while sinking deeper and deeper into a vortex of bilateral exchange and hybridization. The divine versus the algorithmic, the familiar versus the xenomorphic, the owned versus the othered, until "versus" makes no sense anymore, and dichotomiesmelt into a space of infinite possibilities and identities.