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Data Art et mise en récit

Abstract : Data Art is an emerging trend in digital art. Data artists try to go beyond displaying data for purposes of aesthetics and offer a critical representation of the world. Factual data and fictional storytelling can thus give birth to hybrid narrative objects. The use of real time data streams disrupts the story's form and creates a specific system of fiction, a dialogue between the reality of the phenomenon acting as the source of data and the story that can be perceived through the work. From the analysis of Jonathan Flectcher Moore and Fabio Piparo's Artificial Killing Machine arise issues relating to such a mode of storytelling : how collecting and filtering data can be made a part of the story's construction, how the viewer can be included in the narrative, how facts and fiction articulates together and how real time can have effects on the story.
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Françoise Chambefort. Data Art et mise en récit. Mettre en récit, Enjeux des formes contemporaines de narration, Crem, AJC Crem, École doctorale Fernand-Braudel (Université de Lorraine), Mar 2018, Metz, France. ⟨hal-02480609⟩

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