Inna Levinson

© Inna Levinson, Uncanny Valley, 2020

© Inna Levinson, Uncanny Valley, 2020

The frequent use of displays as an open access to the rest of the world and the ongoing development of new technologies is changing our perception of the environment. Virtual reality, data storage and scientific findings in physiognomy serve as a model for the picture series "Uncanny Valley". Digital Collages display the blurred boundaries between the real and the digital world and abstract schematic representations. 


The term "Uncanny Valley“ originates in Japanese Robotics: it describes the acceptance of artificial figures presented to the observer. Paradoxically, artificial figures which only indicate human characteristics are preferred to true simulations. My attention is focused on the phenomenon of applying human characteristics to artificial figures as well as to the tension between abstract and figurative representation that derives from this intuition. 

© Inna Levinson, Uncanny Valley, 2020

© Inna Levinson, Uncanny Valley, 2020

Inna Levinson

lives and works in Berlin

2014 – MFA at UdK, Berlin

Selected exhibitions:
2019 – Tempora Showa, Circle Culture, Berlin 
2018 – Selected Works 2018, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Berlin 
2016 – The Grand Opening, Allouche Gallery, New York 
2015 – Master Of Desaster, Ten Haaf Projects, Amsterdam 
2015 – The Sky Is Falling, Hilbert Raum, Berlin 
2013 – Museumfluxus+studis 2013, Potsdam 
2012 – Tokyo Photo Ten Haaf Projects,Tokyo 
2011 – Bomberlin, Bussey Building, London 
2010 – Bongo Bongo Show, Meetfactory, Prague 
2008 – 1st Moscow International Biennale For Young Art, Moscow 


Website: www.innalevinson.com
Instagram: www.instagram.com/innalevinson/

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