The singularity is the concept that mathematicians and artificial intelligence researchers use to name the moment where our relationship with the machine changes, when technology ceases to be a tool and becomes a companion to the human species.
Under this rubric, the artist has conceived a new piece, an immersive film installation projected onto 5 screens arranged in a dynamic structure taking up the entirety of the exhibition space. Specifically conceived for this presentation in Venice, the installation choreographs not only a wide range of views on today’s world but also the visitors’ movement through the space.

· 56 Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte Evento Collateralli La Biennale di Venezia 2015
· La Virreina Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona 2016 / Toronto International Film Festival 2016
· Palácio Pombal, Lisboa 2017

HD / 720 min / Ireland, Spain / 2015 (Installation with 5 screens and 6 sound channels)
A project of Albert Serra
Curated by Chus Martínez for la Biennale di Venezia 2015
Produced by Institut Ramon Llull
Script: Albert Serra
Producers: Montse Triola
Executive Producers: Institut Ramon Llull
Image: Miquel Barceló, Àngel Martín, Artur Tort
Film Editors: Ariadna Ribas, Albert Serra, Artur Tort
Sound: Jordi Ribas
Visual Effects: Xavier Pérez, Ariadna Ribas
Music:  Marc Verdaguer, Mike Landscape