Across 13 rooms at Liljevalchs art gallery in Stockholm, the exhibition examines different notions of eternity, explores critical issues of our time and offers hope for the future — a discussion starting from the many discoveries made by Nobel Laureates. Yoke was invited to take on the role as media partner and join forces with a strong international exhibition team.
With great inspiration from Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguo's sci-fi novel "Klara and the Sun", several experiences focus on the dilemmas surrounding artificial intelligence. At the entrance, visitors can meet and chat with the AI chatbot Klara, who constantly reflects on eternal life. In another room, Klara's artificial friend Josie is at the centre of an immersive audio-visual experience where sound and light bring life to the hanging humanoid, investigating the soul as an algorithm.
Yoke has been responsible for designing and developing multiple digital experiences inside the exhibition, including media, interactive and sound.
Location: Stockholm, Sweden