Dia Hakim K. is a multidisciplinary artist and budding art critic engaging primarily with performance and the written word as material. Their work is concerned with the intersections of race, gender and queerness, as well as the politics of visibility and identity. They are also currently an active member of Playwrights Commune, an independent Singaporean playwriting collective championing new writing for the stage. Get in touch via instagram (diahckim) or email: email@example.com
So, here’s the thing. The robots are coming; indeed, they are already here. With the emergence of generative artificial intelligence that creates text, images and sounds increasingly indistinguishable from that formed by human sensibilities, the meaning of meaning-making is in delicious flux.