A TRANS-DIGITAL CONSERVATORY
Data Garden is a journal, record label and events producer encouraging the discovery of electronic music through the windows of history, science and community.
We research the heritage of primitive electronic art and explore the synthesis of biological and digital technologies as a channel of human expression. Data Garden creates a forum where new connections are made.
We seek to redefine traditional music distribution. Digital files are easily lost by the impermanence of computing. Physical objects like CDs, tapes and records last far beyond their usability and possibly even our existence as a species.
Data Garden mitigates these challenges by releasing digital album codes on artwork that can grow into living plants. This addresses the need for easy access to music, as well as the natural human desire to own an awesome physical object.
INTERFACE WITH DATA GARDEN
Please send us a link to your music.
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Data Garden is currently an advertisement-free zone. However, we seek sponsors to help facilitate events and endow special research projects. Click here for more information on sponsorship opportunities.
THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE DATA
Joe Patitucci, director
Alex Tyson, co-founder
Sam Cusumano, engineer
Ian Cross, partner
Filed under About Data Garden on 14-03-11 by data garden