Dec 13

Daniel Djamo in group show at BOZARLAB

Resonances III

11 December 2019 — 19 January 2020
Rue Ravensteinstraat, 23
1000 Brussels

Datami is an exhibition of 24 artworks created by selected artists in close collaboration with scientists and policymakers. The datami is a ‘data tatami’: a place of concentration, of rest and repose against the digital onslaught, a unit of measurement of digital freedom. It helps you reflect on the coming digital transformation triggered by Big Data and AI, and to define a new digital self with all the freedoms of democracy.

The exhibition is organized by The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and Bozar with artists Lise Autogena & Joshua Portway, Maria Rebecca Ballestra, Alan James Burns​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​, Jenny Brockmann, Daniel Djamo, Tiny Domingos, Akitoshi Honda, Melanie King, Siobhán McDonald, Maria McKinney, Amal Mokded, Martina O’Brien, Alexander Peterhaensel, Richard Pettifer, Prasqual, Renate Quehenberger, Giorgio Sancristoforo, Caroline Sinders, ​​​​​​​Magda Stanova, Nicolas Strappini, Ivana Tkalcic, Jill Townsley, Aleksander Väljamäe, Paul Wiersbinski, Nastassia Zenovich.