Azahara Cerezo

A bot programmed to read parts of Futurability. The Age of Impotence and the Horizon of Possibility (2019) to other chatbots, who answer and learn from the conversation. In this book, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi analyses the global order that shapes our politics and our imagination, proposing that the key to a radical change lies in our relationship with technologies.

Azahara Cerezo’s Futurabilities is a study that explores human-automatic conversational possibilities around the current context of connected solitudes. It runs for the duration of the Festival as a virtual performance in progress.


Presented as part of Creativate Digital Arts Festival.




Azahara Cerezo (b. 1988. Girona, Spain) has been in residence at Art3 (Valence, France), Collège d’Espagne (Paris, France), Casa de Velázquez (Madrid, Spain), Fondazzjoni Kreattività (Gozo, Malta) and 1646 (The Hague, Netherlands), among others. Recent solo shows include Homepage to Labour (Art3, Valence, France), Mapa de circunstancias (Centro de Arte La Regenta. Canary Islands, Spain) and Y en ese claroscuro surgen los monstruos (MAL. Sevilla, Spain).

Cerezo has taken part in group exhibitions such as Juntos aparte within Bienalsur (Cúcuta, Colombia), We are as Gods… at Nieuwe Vide (Haarlem, Netherlands), Provincia 53 at MUSAC (León, Spain), Especies de espacios at MACBA (Barcelona, Spain), Un món paral·lel at Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona, Spain) and The frame that blinds us at A.P.A. Gallery (Budapest, Hungary).