Ouchhh visualized and stylized the findings of these Neural Networks for identifying exoplanets using the dimming of the flux. The resulting work invited visitors to plunge into the fascinating world of space discovery through immersive data sculpture. The installation offers a poetic sensory experience and becomes a monument of mankind?s contemplative curiosity and profound need for exploration. Data Gate by Ouchhh New Media studio, proposes an aesthetic approach to Artificial Intelligence powered exploration of the Kepler Data. .We collaborate with Dawn Gelino from NASA for the Data Gate project. Dawn Gelino is an astrophysicist for NASA, exploring the diversity and habitability of exoplanets through a multi-disciplinary approach. The data of the Kepler mission is a very large spreadsheet comprised of information dedicated to the detected exoplanets. Each table in these spreadsheets contains around a hundred columns. This data doesn?t readily make these planets detectable, but various AI methods have been used to analyze and extract planetary data from these light curves. Due to its complexity and size, it is impossible to visualize these as is. So we propose an AI-based approach to interpret and aestheticize this information. Our aim is to analyze this data through AI, strictly for an alternative, visual representation of this data.