‘Every act of visualisation of digital data remains uncertain in its relationship to the original; one could even say that every such performance itself becomes an original. [...] every digital copy has its own here and now – an aura of originality – that a mechanical copy does not have.' Boris Groys, 'In the Flow' and 'Monday Begins On Saturday'

by Jeanine Griffin, Tuesday, 14 May, 2019

Plural of datum. This means 'something given'. It is not used very much. There is always too much of it, and so it becomes data.

by Esther Leslie, Thursday, 30 May

Data is taken from us all the time and as such used all too much.

by Lucy Steeds, Saturday, 8 June

Data is used by persons unknown.

by Esther Leslie, Monday, 17 June

Data saturates our times; data of the past is reproduced, reconstructed, redefined, repeatedly.

by Diana Taylor, Tuesday, 2 July

Define Data:

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