From the very beginning, we as humans have developed tools and technologies to improve our way of life. With each century, revolutionary inventions across communication, transportation, documentation, and medical advancements, have altered our perspective on the world and our relationships within human society.
The introduction of the internet and computers has given immense momentum, in which human relationships with technology are becoming increasingly reliant and intertwined. Mobile phones have almost become an extension of our body and with the upcoming developments in virtual and augmented reality, the threshold between the virtual and physical world is rapidly dissolving. This brings about fundamental questions regarding our ethics and morals.
In Colour Thinking we aim to create a reflective experience, exposing a range of perspectives on these matters, asking ourselves: Did evolution finally become humane?
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Yeppe van Kesteren, Luuk Meijssen, Chris Kuiper
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|Release Date||January 8, 2019|
How far is the current technology and how much further does it go? When does technology become humane? As a matter of fact, these are rhetorical questions. As long as semi-criminal organizations like Google and Facebook, which are not driven by any moral compass, continue to violate the privacy of world citizens, the human nature of information technology is still far out of sight. Of course, these issues have a modern theme that also inspires modern art. The musical exponent of that has been picked up by Human 2.0, who find leads in big data, the connected world, and singularities known from quantum physics, to play beautiful progressive rock. Anyone who thinks that rock always should sound rough – experiences something completely different here. Highly polished and melodic sounding tracks in the well-known clean and sublime sound quality of TRPTK. That makes it a top album with, among other things, an instrumental track with fine synthesizers in the form of ANI.
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