Fuzzy Logic is a technological problem solving approach and works much the same way that humans tackle problems: by considering all available information and making the best possible decision given the input. It is used in a variety of ways from household objects to stock market predictions, from cars to pacemakers or modern cyborgs. Turkish artist Hayal Pozanti has made the merger of technology and humanity the anchor of her practice. In her new show at Rachel Uffner, Pozanti presents a set of sunshade paintings that merge the emotive art of mark making with a subject matter of matching computer parts with emotions, as in for example, “10 Neurochips 8 Chuckles”. In Pozanti’s work technology and humanity are on equal footing, working side by side in an ideal partnership for the betterment of humanity. What could possibly go wrong? Through October 23.