Dataglitches is a curatorial project showing “pure” mistakes generated during big data processing. The artworks explore the boundaries between representation and transfiguration of data, offering to the viewer shapes and images to lose themselves in order to find a meaning.
A night panorama lighted by the 114 Stumbling Stones that have become stars to watch so as not to lose your way.
Wild Mazzini turns into a chamber of wonder by exhibiting the artworks produced by some of the world’s leading artists of data art: award-winning graphic and physical pieces mentioned in major international publications.
Cities united by the sea
Contemporary identities between data and representation
From the source of the data
For the Safer Internet Day 2019
Wild Mazzini with 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, Madelene Wikskär
Thirteen video projects explore in 15 minutes
social, environmental and technological issues
The exploration of the philosophical corpus of Immanuel Kant