11 December 2019 — 19 January 2020
Rue Ravensteinstraat, 23
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.