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March 16-18, 2023

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Rashed Haq Artist Talk

Haq's art focuses on the co-evolution of humans and technology and the impact this has on our society, culture, environment, and psychology. He uses a combination of photography and software algorithms in his artistic practice. He has recently had over 40 solo and group exhibitions across North America, and his work is in various private and corporate collections.

Date: January 26 at 5 pm MT on Zoom

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Artist Info
Rashed Haq is a Bangladeshi-American artist, scientist, and technologist. He learned photography in the darkroom in Rochester, NY, and was trained as a mathematical physicist, going on to do research in quantum cloaking, quantum computing, and the physics of black holes. Haq later worked in Silicon Valley, developing innovative applications of artificial intelligence and robotics.

Haq's art focuses on the co-evolution of humans and technology and the impact this has on our society, culture, environment, and psychology. He uses a combination of photography and software algorithms in his artistic practice. He has recently had over 40 solo and group exhibitions across North America, and his work is in various private and corporate collections. Haq was awarded the Art+Science award from Lenscratch, the COMPAS Photography award from Oxford University, the Robotics Innovation Award by Robotics Business Review, and was nominated for the AI Innovator of the Year Award by AI Business. His book "Enterprise AI Transformation'' with Wiley Press was named one of the "100 Best Technology eBooks of All Time" by Book Authority.

Instagram: @rashedhaq
Twitter: @rashedhaq
Website: https://www.rashedhaq.com/art/human-trials

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