HER: She Loves Data is a center for Arts and Data.

Data is a cultural artefact: in our contemporary culture, data is connected to the things people do, to their imagination, desires and aspirations. For this, it is not a technical or technological concept anymore, but a cultural, psychological one. At HER we use data to create cultural acceleration processes. 


HER: She Loves Data is a cultural initiative, starting from the city of Rome and with an international reach, to promote Art & Data projects.

HER: She Loves Data is a network of individuals, organizations, institutions and enterprises. It operates with the logic of the event: exhibits, festivals, meetings, lectures, visits, editorial initiatives, communication actions and cultural imagination processes in which we will connect Arts & Data to promote new visions and opportunities, for a renewed sense of humanity.

Nuovo Abitare at Baite Filosofiche

Nuovo Abitare at Baite Filosofiche

Nuovo Abitare will be at Baite Filosofiche in Lecco, from July 29th to August 1st. You can learn more here: https://www.artisopensource.net/2021/07/15/aos-nuovo-abitare-at-the-baite-filosofiche/ You can learn more about Nuovo Abitare here:...
Obiettivo at ADI Index Compasso d'Oro

ADI Index 2020: “Obiettivo” in the Compasso D’Oro shortlist

The first datapoietic artwork compets for Compasso d’Oro Award: the oldest and most influential design award in the world

Antitesi Wisteria Furibonda

Antitesi: Wisteria Furibonda and Nuovo Abitare

Cyborg love between plant and AI, to fight climate changeon 15/06/2021, at 17:30  @Polo del ‘900 (Torino), at the Flower Power event REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND IN PERSON or COME TO THE EVENT ONLINEHow can we deal with a complex and urgent phenomenon such as climate...
BodyQuake, a still image from the performance

AOS Art is Open Source in Madrid at MMMAD with Istituto Italiano di Cultura Madrid

AOS will be premiering a new format on May 25th, from 19:00 to 20:00 in Madrid at MMMAD, Madrid’s Digital Arts Festival, with the fundamental support of Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Madrid, who made it possible. See the news on AOS...