Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda set out to create art composed of data. The end result is his Data-verse Trilogy, which transforms binary patterns into an immersive audiovisual experience.
For the trilogy, Ikeda told Nowness that he “wanted to try to compose data into artwork.”
Ikeda’s work is described as a representation, a cinemafication, or a sonification of an idea of data.
Watch below (but beware that your pets may not be fans of the sound of data).
The exhibition is on display now through August at London’s 180 Studios, 180 the Strand.