AI: More than Human

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3d rendering of white humanoid in glass cage

AI: More than Human invites you to explore our relationship with artificial intelligence.

This major centre-wide ‘festival-style’ exhibition explores creative and scientific developments in AI, demonstrating its potential to revolutionise our lives. Bringing together artists, scientists and researchers, this interactive exhibition offers an unprecedented survey of AI with which you are invited to engage head-on.

Experience the capabilities of AI in the form of cutting-edge research projects by DeepMind, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Neri Oxman; and interact directly with exhibits and installations from artists including Mario Klingemann, Massive Attack, Es Devlin and teamLab to experience the possibilities first-hand.

Prepare for your preconceptions of AI to be challenged by this timely exhibition, that reflects on how this technology impacts our very existence.

An exhibition conceived and curated by Barbican International Enterprises

Co-produced in collaboration with Groninger Forum


Including Bank Holidays (Mon 27 May and Mon 26 Aug)

Unlimited free entry

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*No booking fee. Subject to availability.

Weekdays (Mon – Fri)
Seniors £13
Unwaged: £11
Students: £11
Young Person 14-17: £10
Art Fund Members: £11
Art Fund Guest: £11
Under 14s: Free

Weekends (Sat & Sun)
Seniors: £15
Unwaged: £12
Students: £12
Young Person 14-17: £10
Art Fund Members: £12.50
Art Fund Guest: £12.50
Under 14s: Free

*Excludes £1.50 booking fee
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