Conference Datatata aims to discuss a wide range of questions about how the
artistic practise is affected by contemporary phenomena of massive data collecting and data interpretation.
will take place in Brno at the Faculty of Fine Arts
at Brno University of Technology on April 12, 2019.
are invited to submit mainly theoretical, but also practical works, artworks and/or interdisciplinary projects corresponding
(but not limited) to the following conference topics:
Datatata – data from the perspective of the machine
conference section focused on machine and non-human perspective, we can discuss, for example, who is the ultimate actor in
the process of the final decision while the decision is based on data collected and processed by the (digital) machine? Who
are we while the data describe us as discrete collections of parameters, history, and features?
Data + 2ta – data from
the perspective of humans
This conference section aims to discuss data issues from the human perspective and our ability
to interpret data pre-processed and collected
by the machine. Can humans be still able to understand and divide their
interaction with machines while the first is a master of abstraction, simplification and modeling, and the latter is a master
of description, complexity and exploration?
Data.art – data in art
This conference section aims to discuss such
authentic art production
which is based on data. Which issues are brought in the visual arts by data,
forms and genres do they influence? Which questions
on understanding the relationship of big data and living reality
are brought out by such art?
For more information about the topics and the conference please visit the website: datatata.info
Please submit your application to: email@example.com.
selected papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference.
March 1, 2019
Announcement of the conference program: March 15, 2019
Date of the conference: April 12, 2019
Theme: Data in Art
Submission may include: Title and abstract (max. 500 words) of your conference paper, CV
paper: 5 - 10 pages, the template can be downloaded here
Venue of the conference: Faculty Of Fine Arts, Brno University
Of Technology, Údolní 53, Brno, Czech Republic, U5 building
The conference Datatata is one of the outputs of the project Decentralised Big Data Collection, Analysis,
Visualisation and Interpretation in Art Practice, which is supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.