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.

Di Protoni e Dati, the video

Di Protoni e Dati: First Screening

Our project Di Protoni e Dati will first be shown during an online event created by the partners on March 27, 2021. Program Facilitation:Barbara CarfagnaPresentations:Alberto Abruzzese, MediologistAlessandro Dalla Torre, Fondazione Bruno KesslerNadio Delai,...
IAQOS, the Community AI, in Torpignattara

Queer Data, Queer AI, Community AI: the importance of Angel_F and IAQOS in Torpignattara explained in a publication

Queer Data, Queer AI, Community AI: the importance of Angel_F and IAQOS in Torpignattara explained in a peer reviewed publication

HER: She Loves Data at EduIA

HER: She Loves Data at EduIA in Rome

HER: She Loves Data will partnering and present at EduIA at the Department of Education Sciences, Unversità degli Studi Roma 3 in Rome, on November 5 and 6, 2020. At EduIA, Artificial Intelligence is studied through a transdisciplinary approach, using the critical...
Obiettivo at Hypertopia – Datapoiesis

Datapoiesis and Obiettivo in Berlin for State Studio’s HYPERTOPIA

Datapoiesis and Obiettivo will be in Berlin for State Studio‘s HYPERTOPIA exhbit, Opening on 23 October, and with the Exhibition & Program running from 23 October – 6 December. “Now that we’re here, where are we? Still on the same planet, for sure. But forces are...
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