Future Perfect Tense attempts to question our attitudes and relationships towards an artificially intelligent future.
Well before the end of the 21st Century, artificially intelligent technologies will have surpassed human efforts.
(Future Perfect Tense: Indicates that an action will have been completed, finished or perfected at some point in the future.)
Completed in 2018 as a component of MFA thesis work concerning artificially intelligent technology, this poster series explores the shared characteristics of human condition and AI in an effort to spark conversation around humanizing and discussing its implications more responsibly.
Formal cues are taken from what has historically been popular archetypes of future-forward design—utilizing languages of the future and complex visuals of science fiction.
]The result was a formal exploration of human-computer interaction beyond screen. The poster series existed as a foil to the volume of digital content in the gallery space.