Dataglitches is a curatorial project showing “pure” mistakes generated during the processing of big data. The artworks explore the boundaries between the representation and transfiguration of data, offering viewers shapes and images in which they can lose themselves and find meaning.
A night-time panorama lit by 114 Stumbling Stones that represent a constellation of guiding stars.
Wild Mazzini turns into a cabinet of curiosities by exhibiting a collection of artworks produced by leading figures in the world of data art, including many award-winning graphic and physical pieces mentioned in major international publications.
Northern cities united by the sea.
Contemporary identities between data and representation.
The source of data.
For Safer Internet Day 2019 Wild Mazzini, in association with the Alliance Française of
Turin, hosts David Bihanic’s project.
Group exhibition with artworks by Pedro M. Cruz, Delphine Papin, Max Hornaecker, Christina Bonanno and Niel Caja Rubio, Davide J. Mancino, Marco Hernandez, and Madelene Wikskär.
Thirteen video projects explore social, environmental and technological issues in 15
The exploration of the philosophical corpus of Immanuel Kant.