i-DAT is a lab for playful experimentation with data. Located within the Faculty of Arts at Plymouth University, it has been delivering world class cultural activities since 1998.
i-DAT became an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation in March 2012. It continues to evolve its programme of activities, pushing the boundaries of digital arts / creative media practice. It generates playful opportunities for research, production and collaboration and makes technological innovations accessible to artists and audiences. One of i-DAT’s core aims is to demystify and democratise these processes to support a culture of innovation in the arts through digital technologies.
Artory – an arts and culture guide that rewards users who leave feedback
Artory is a free app developed by i-DAT and partners that leads users to Plymouth’s culture hotspots and then rewards…
Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Conference 2014.
It is a pleasure to be able to contribute to the Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Conference 2014. Thursday, December 4, 2014…
Where we are and where we've been...
i-DAT is located in:
Portland Square Building
PL4 8AA, UK.
Who we are...
Brigitte Aga / Dawn Melville / Prof. Mike Phillips / Mike Blow / Gianni Corino / Dr. Simon Lock / Christopher Hunt / More...