Ryoji Ikeda, data.tron [3K version], 2014, 3 DLP projectors, computers,speakers. Concept and composition: Ryoji Ikea. Programming and computer graphics: Shohei Matsukawa and Tomonga Tokuyama. Photo: Jana Cheillino, courtesy house of Electronic Arts, Basel. © Ryoji Ikeda

Ryoji Ikeda: The aesthetics of data flow

Card (detail): Ryoji Ikeda, data.tron [3K version], 2014, three DLP projectors, computers, speakers.
Concept and composition: Ryoji Ikeda.
Programming and computer graphics: Shohei Matsukawa and Tomonga Tokuyama.
Photo: Jana Cheillino, courtesy House of Electronic Arts, Basel © Ryoji Ikeda

Ryoji Ikeda: data.tron [3K version] is on exhibition at Art Space, Adelaide Festival Centre, 24 October — 11 November 2018, as part of OzAsia 2018.

Daniel Palmer is Professor and Associate Dean, Research and Innovation, RMIT University School of Art.

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