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Data Choreographies is a transdisciplinary art exhibition inspired by our research on choreographic programming, a new programming paradigm for coordinating computers and their data exchanges. It ran from 4 November 2021 to 12 December 2021 at Catch (Center for art, design and technology) in the city of Helsingør, Denmark.
The exhibition includes artwork and live events with the artists, curators, and researchers behind the project. Interaction with the public ranges from reflections on art to technical topics, like how computer networks work today and how they could work in the future to better fit the needs of society.
The Passage Festival in the city of Helsingør included a live choreography for the public, which allowed participants to experience first-hand the emergence of global behaviour from coordinated individual efforts.
The Data Choreographies exhibition is curated by Anne Julie Arnfred, Fabrizio Montesi, Majken Overgaard, and the involved artists (listed below), with the support of Saverio Giallorenzo.
Artwork by Honey Biba Beckerlee, Jesper Just, Andreas Refsgaard, and Simone Wierød. Graphics by Johanne Aarup Hansen. Video by Instafilm.