Research Sessions 2022-23

i-DAT Research Sessions 2022-2023:


The i-DAT and CODEX Research Workshops build on the heritage of a series of practice-based production workshops, seminars and symposia. Workshop methodologies critically and playfully engage with themes, technologies and behaviours which frame the symptoms of individual and collective practices of the i-DAT research community:

Our agenda is enhanced by a range of future focused research instruments, such as the Immersive Vision Theatre, Digital Fabrication and Immersive Media Laboratories (DFIML) that blur the boundaries between the physical and the virtual, the real and the imaginary.

Previous Research Sessions can be found here…


The Nomadic Image 2022
The Seventh Transdisciplinary Conference on Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science, and Culture. 
23 – 25 September 2022. Virtual and in-person, Naryn, Kyrgyzstan.
i-DAT is partnering with the Seventh Transdisciplinary Conference on Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science, and Culture, The Nomadic Image, to deliver the Algorithmic (in)Coherence panel:
Saturday 24 / 9.30 – 11.30, Immersive Vision Theatre, University of Plymouth.
i-DAT Panel: UK Node of Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference: Title: Vision in Motion: Algorithmic (in)Coherence.
Keywords: Becoming, Algorithmic, Conversational AI, Data, Deep Neural Networks, Sensory, Synaesthetic, Kinetic, Scanning.



FDUK21: Back again to its roots in Plymouth to bring you the latest edition of our festival – a celebration of fulldome creativity in all its forms. Over the course of three days and nights, we will present the best works from around the world, featuring short films, feature films, interactive artworks, live performances and moreThe festival takes place at the Devonport Market Hall in Plymouth, a brand-new venue featuring the UK’s first permanent immersive arts dome at its heart. For 2022Fulldome UK will be extended for a further 6 days for extended screenings and sessions.