datascape

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The DATASCAPE interactive art installation is a scientific project based on collaboration between the artist-explorer Olga Kisseleva, and the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research). Through her ultra-technological installation, the artist applies three resolutely contemporary methods to the city's backgrounds: data visualization, mobility analyzes, and a foreshadowing of the future.

The work generated for the first time in the frame of COP21 which took place in Paris in 2015, takes the city of Paris as an example of the 21st century's complex metropole. As an evolutionary database, the work presents today the city of Paris as real time analytical image. The world of digital science and coded messages comes visibly to life in the work of Olga Kisseleva. DATASCAPE leads the spectator to question himself about his involvement in an environment which we never cease altering in line with our desires.

The project gives real access to a database devoted to the issues of urban development, and the links between City, Future and Mobility. It takes the form of a graphic visualisation device made up of digital objects that it connects and charts, the whole being projected. There spectators can discover the visual propositions of the artist, texts, links with committed publications and documentation. Immersed in this dynamic representation of landscape, the spectator incorporates into it his own reactions. Through this protocol of involvement, the work evolves continually, thus becoming a symbol of the dynamic of the landscape and of the debate, and enabling a common reflection to be registered. The project explores a channel of communication with the public, through a work which touches it directly in its feelings and its body, while appealing to his reasoning ability.

Collaboration avec Etienne Delprat and Buzzing Light.

 

>>shows

Connecting Datascape, Miraikan Museum, Tokyo, Japan, 2018

On limits, borders, edges and boundaries, Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC), Mexico CityMexico, 2018

Solutions,Grand Palais, Paris, France, 2016

Public commission for the COP 21, Paris, France, 2015

ArtCOP21, La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, France, 2015

 

>>collections

Miraikan Museum, Tokyo, Japan


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Connecting Datascape, XLab exhihibition & symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 2018 japaneese

ArtCOP21, COAL, Paris, France, 2015 french

Olga Kisseleva à Paris – Le mystère de l'Urban Datascape, by Marie-Laure Desjardins, ArtsHebdoMedias, Paris, France, 2015, french

Olga Kisseleva, une artiste russe engagée pour le climat, by Ellea Tchetov, RBTH, Paris, France, 2015, french

(RE)DONNER UN SENS À LA CARTOGRAPHIE OU COMMENT LES ARTISTES TRANSFORMENT LES DONNÉES CARTOGRAPHIQUES EN ŒUVRES SENSORIELLES, by Aleksandra Stanzak et Olga Kisseleva, CFC, Paris, France, 2016, french

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