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Nomi Sasaki Otani

Nomi Sasaki Otani

PhD Kandidatin


Interactive art for children focused on personal data processing and children's rights in the digital realm

Supervisor: Prof.Dr. Manuela Naveau, Linz and Prof. Dr. Karmen Franinović, ZHdK

Nomi Sasaki Otani is a Peruvian Japanese visual artist devoted to Chinese black ink tradition and animation. Her work explores scale and dimension, the material nature of water, the behavior of light, and how these elements can create new landscapes and atmospheres for multidisciplinary performances. Her recent work focuses on micro realities, peep media and data processing. She holds a MA from the University of Art and Design Linz and a BA in Communication Sciences from Lima University.

DADA-TATA is an artistic/scientific research project that reflects on children's rights in the digital environment. It focuses mainly on the right to privacy and to freedom of thought threatened by data processing and artificial intelligence systems. The DADA-TATA project approaches this issue from an artistic perspective to create interactive artworks and cultural actions designed especially for children. In this regard, DADA-TATA explores the potential of interactive art to enhance children's data literacy and disseminate and better understand children's rights in the digital world.