The Art of Self-Tracking

On June 20th we’re inviting the public to join us for the first ever Quantified Self Expo. It’s going to be a full day of dedicated to showcasing amazing QS tools with multiple demos, talks, how-to sessions, and exciting experiences. But that’s not all.

We’re excited to host, as part of the Expo, an exhibition focused on data as art. In the words of our co-curators, Alberto Frigo and Jacek Smolicki:

Art of Self-Tracking is an exhibition gathering a number of international artists who use different personal data tracking techniques in their artistic practices.

Ranging from meticulously composed manual diaries, hand-drawn representations of every meal consumed on daily basis to sonification of geo-locational data and 3D renderings of shapes recognised in clouds, the exhibition aims to highlight the plurality of perspectives on self-tracking.

We’re honored to be hosting the following artists and their amazing work (which you can see a few previews of below):

Alberto Frigo (IT/SE), Brian House (US), Catherine D’Ignazio (US), Daniel Peltz (US), Davide Di Saró (IT/CA) & Kristy Trinier (CA), Elly Clarke (UK/DE), Ellie Harrison (UK), Giovanni Meneguzzo (IT), Ingrid Forsler (SE)
Borítás Viktor alias Iwan Wilaga (HU/HK) , Jacek Smolicki (PL/SE), Jacopo Pontormo (IT), James Pricer (US), Janina Turek (PL), Morris Villarroel (CA/ES), Stephen Cartwright (US), and Yann Vanderme (FR).

Alberto Frigo

Alberto Frigo

Brian House

Brian House

Daniel Peltz

Daniel Peltz

Elle Harrison

Elle Harrison

Giovanni Meneguzzo

Giovanni Meneguzzo

Ingrid Forsler

Ingrid Forsler

Iwan Wilaga

Iwan Wilaga

Jacopo Pontormo

Jacopo Pontormo

James Pricer

James Pricer

Morris Villarroel

Morris Villarroel

Stephen Cartwright

Stephen Cartwright

To see the artwork for yourself we invite you to join us on the 20th. It’s going be a wonderful event.

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