Exhibitors 2021


Counting Craters on the Moon

Counting Craters on the Moon

An imaginary encounter between astronomer Johann Friedrich Julius Schmidt (1825-1884) and neural network DeepMoon. Both of them set out to count lunar craters; Julius Schmidt dedicated 35 years to produce one of the most detailed lunar maps with around 30.000 craters, while DeepMoon spotted 7.000 craters in less than 24hrs. In their dialogue they discuss precision, error, dedication, technique, nomenclature, loneliness and patterns.




Counting Craters on the Moon

Kyriaki Goni

Kyriaki Goni is an Athens born and based artist. Through multimedia installations she critically touches upon questions of datafication, surveillance, distributed networks and infrastructures, human and other-than-human relations. Her artistic practice incorporates research and interaction with scholars and scientists. She has presented work internationally and she is a Delfina Foundation alumna (2019) and a Niarchos Artworks fellow (2018). Her latest work, Data Garden received the INSPIRE prize (Momus). She is the recipient of Art Science Residency by Ars Electronica and Deutsche Telekom 2021.



 Arts
  H.07 (pav. H) - Kyriaki Goni
 2021

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