"33 Questions per Minute," 2000
Relational Architecture 5
21 LCD screens, wire, software, computer
dimensions variable
edition of 5, 1 AP

Installation view at 2001 Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey.

"33 Questions per Minute" consists of a computer program which uses grammatical rules to combine words from a dictionary and generate 55 billion unique, fortuitous questions. The automated questions are presented at a rate of 33 per minute --the threshold of legibility - on 21 tiny LCD screens encrusted on the support columns of the exhibition hall or mounted on a wall. The system will take over 3,000 years to ask all possible questions. A keyboard allows participants to log on to the building and add their own questions to the automatic flow.

Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

To learn more about Lozano-Hemmer's work, please visit:
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