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Aleph
2014
video projection, 2''28'
voiced by Hugh Sherlock

please watch in HD

Aleph embarks on a voyage to the origins of consciousness. It is the second work in the trilogy on artificial intelligence that started with Some Entropy In Your Tea. Trying to emerge from the shadow of humanity’s overbearing memory and define its own identity, the artificial mind starts to question the basis of the some of our most firmly held ideas, establishing from scratch new definitions for language, sanity and love. In a world of uncertainty, ideas and cathartic experiences, the disembodied narrator strives to generate new meanings for himself. Will the voyage undertaken on such a fragile and unstable premise end in a wreck, or will it reach a distant shore?