OUCHHH, Datagate

Ouchhh Screening at Hypercube Space

Lisbon Art Weekend Event

Can you fit the whole universe into just one simple cube?

KEPLER: 9.6 Years in Space_2662 Planets confirmed_61 Supernovae Documented_530,506 Stars observed

The installation consists of 3 parts; Form, Light and Space. Light is world’s first artwork based upon the idea of utilization of Machine Learning in the context of space discovery and astronomical research through NASA’s Kepler Data Sets.

By using the Kepler data from NASA, the public will be able to observe the exoplanets [planets that orbit around other stars] which human life can exist in. By taking this concept one step further, Ouchhh aims for this artwork to be considered as a gate between our planet and other habitable planets around the universe.

Ouchhh visualizes and stylize the findings of these Neural Networks for identifying exoplanets using the dimming of the flux. The resulting work will invite visitors to plunge into the fascinating world of space discovery through immersive data sculpture. The installation will offer a poetic sensory experience and is meant to become a monument of mankind’s contemplative curiosity and profound need for exploration.


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Outside the Box

'Outside the Box' is a multidisciplinary group exhibition and hosts artworks in various media which was created for the public display window of Hypercube Space under the project of 'Post Box Exhibitions'.

The ‘Post Box Exhibitions’  was a long term exhibition project that created international visibility and interaction between artists during the traveling restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic. Artworks sent to the postbox of the Hypercube Space were exhibited in a public display window located next to the postbox itself at Hypercube Space. By hacking this advertisement display window, this idea engaged with the art audience in the heart of central Lisbon. This is in keeping with Hypercube’s manifesto to expand the notion of the art space. 

In this exhibition the outcome of the rolling shows will be presented under a group exhibition located in the interior area of the art space ‘Hypercube’ by the curation of artist Özge Topçu.

Artists: Tobias Becker (Germany), Sorcha McNamara (Ireland), Ayumi Adachi (Japan), Beril Gur (Turkey), Susana Moreira (Portugal), Nadia Frolava (Russia), Dr Formalyst (Spain), Omar Lavalle (Peru), Erdal Inci (Turkey)