Are We There Yet?—Press

5000 Years of Answering Questions with Questions

Exhibition on view March 31–July 2011


SF Weekly

"Are you listening? A new sound installation gets inside your head"

"'Are We There Yet?' at the Jewish Museum"
San Francisco Chronicle

"'Are We There Yet?' Leaves Many Unanswered Questions — But That's the Point"
SF Weekly

"Robotic algorithms help pose life's big questions"

"Are We There Yet?: new art installation at SF Contemporary Jewish Museum"
Boing Boing


Are We There Yet? 5000 Years of Answering Questions with Questions is a collaboration between Ken Goldberg, Gil Gershoni, and the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco. The project has been made possible with special seed funding from the Creative Work Fund, a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation. Major support has been provided by the Jim Joseph Foundation. Additional support generously provided by Meyer Sound Laboratories Inc.

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Koret and Taube Foundations are the lead supporters of the 2010/11 exhibition season.

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