About the Exhibition
The Data Imaginary: Fears and Fantasies brings together eminent and emerging artists and designers to show how creative applications of data technology are crucial for a vital, inclusive and sustainable future.
The exhibition includes artworks and designs that engage audiences in critical, playful and agentic reflections on data and creative technologies. Through the exhibition, workshops, podcast and publication, the audience will be empowered to respond to climate change patterns and future city design, interact with empathy from remote locations, learn about Indigenous cultural knowledges and reflect on everyday habits that secure data privacy.
Amanda Hayman & Troy Casey, Blaklash Creative
Angela Goddard, Griffith University Art Museum
Beck Davis, ANU School of Art & Design
Katherine Moline, UNSW School of Art & Design
Website designed by Jenny Fox, content managed by Beck