Data Visualization

Data Meditations: New rituals for new possible worlds (part 1)

A lot has happened in 2020. In the pandemic world of covid19, the small HER research center, started by artists / hacktivists / researchers Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico, is changing its skin to become HER: She Loves Data: a new type of organization that interprets data as existential phenomena and uses art and design to reposition the results of research and innovation in the middle of society.... READ MORE...

Raised By Google

arebyte Gallery have announced "Raised By Google", a new body of work by Bristol based artist Sarah Selby. Sarah was the final selected artist for hotel generation 2019, arebyte Gallery’s annual young artist development programme.... READ MORE...

Trees of Life. Stories for a damaged Planet

The Frankfurter Kunstverein, in cooperation with the Senckenberg Naturmuseum, will present "Trees of Life - Stories for a Damaged Planet", an interdisciplinary exhibition project that leads our gaze from a historically cultivated, anthropocentric worldview to a systemic understanding of humans as a part of the evolutionary process.... READ MORE...

Tagging Aesthetics #5: Feminist Politics of (Geo)Location. Interview with Helena Suárez Val  

Nicola Bozzi interviews feminist activist and academic Helena Suárez Val about geo-tagging, the assignment of global positioning system (GPS) coordinates as metadata to a piece of content produced online. Helena's research stems from her own mapping of feminicides in her native Uruguay, an endeavour rooted in her background as both an activist and a programmer.... READ MORE...

Simposio

From July 4th to 7th NONE collective organizes the second edition of Simposio, that will take place among the mountains at the ENI Village of Borca di Cadore (BL). The aim is to create a real community by stimulating perception, critical faculty and deep thought to try to create new models for understanding the contemporary world and to formulate new worlds.... READ MORE...

Vertiginous Data

MMCA Seoul presented Vertiginous Data, an acclaimed international exhibition of media art. Playing upon the myriad ways in which data is classified and systematized the participating artists share their sharp insights and vision of our rapidly changing society and culture.... READ MORE...

Anatomy of an AI system

Simone Broglia introduces the project Anatomy of an AI, a study which consists of two parts: a big map 2x5 meters, exposed at the Victoria-Albert Museum in London into the artificial intelligence area, and an essay available online and in free download. As the title states, the study aims to analyze in depth artificial intelligence, breaking it down and highlighting the link that exists with the real world, that of matter, production, work, exploitation.... READ MORE...

The Numerical Self: a step inside Flora Miranda future fashion

Self-optimisation and self-tracking have been around for quite a while; as Deborah Lupton noticed, the “Quantified Self Movement” is not only as a practice of self-improvement, but also an extension of memory in computerised form. Flora Miranda translates data and the whole idea of an immaterial body into 3D printed garments, offering a step inside the future through fashion and addressing the idea of becoming eternal online.... READ MORE...

Ryoichi Kurokawa. al-jabr (algebra)

al-jabr (algebra) è la prima mostra personale in un'istituzione Italiana dell’artista giapponese Ryoichi Kurokawa, che inaugura venerdì 14 settembre 2018 alla Galleria Civica di Modena. A cura di NODE – festival internazionale di musica elettronica e live media che si svolgerà a Modena dal 14 al 17 novembre 2018... READ MORE...