How many points are there in a line?
What is the number of numbers?
How can we verify that the random is random?
data.tron and data.film are parts of the datamatics project, which is a series of experiments that explore such questions, physically and mathematically. Visitors will experience the vast universe of data in the infinite between 0 and 1.
data.tron is an audiovisual installation, where each single pixel of visual image is strictly calculated by mathematical principle, composed from a combination of pure mathematics and the vast sea of data present in the world. These images are projected onto a large screen, heightening and intensifying the viewer’s perception and total immersion within the work.
25 Dec 07 – 20 Jan 08 | data.tron [prototype] | Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, CN
1 Mar – 25 May 08 | datamatics (solo exhibition) | Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media, JP
16 Mar – 25 May 08 | data.tron | Place@Space exhibition, Z33, Hasselt, BE
11 July – 15 August 08 | data.tron | MIC Toi Rerehiko, Auckland, NZ
18 Dec – 31 Dec | data.tron | Grand Palais, Paris, FR
Co-produced by Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains and Forma
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