Everything is Data

Ruth Gibson (Artist), Bruno `Martelli (Artist)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchExhibition

Abstract

The School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) presents Everything is Data, a collaborative exhibition with the Centre for Game Design Research, of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, at the School's ADM Gallery. Focusing on digital technologies in art-making that permeate the boundaries between physical and virtual, and universal and personal, the exhibition features new works Mood of the Planet (Vibeke Sorensen, Singapore), MAN A (Gibson/Martelli, UK) and Out of Space (Adam Nash & Stefan Greuter, Australia).Together, they invite audiences to immerse themselves into new digital spaces of their own making, enticing viewers into a malleable world by drawing on the familiar tropes of place and time. Engaging with digital technologies of communication and entertainment, and deploying acts of illusion and manipulation, the artists transform digital mediums into embodied datascapes.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGibson/Martelli
Publication statusPublished - 14 Aug 2015
EventEverything is data: artful interaction in virtual space - National Design Centre, Singapore
Duration: 13 Aug 201513 Aug 2015
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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
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Digital Media
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Illusion
Artist
Tropes
Entertainment
Singapore

Keywords

  • immersive virtual worlds
  • data

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Gibson, R. (Artist), & `Martelli, B. (Artist). (2015). Everything is Data. Exhibition, Gibson/Martelli.
Everything is Data. Gibson, Ruth (Artist); `Martelli, Bruno (Artist). 2015. Gibson/MartelliEvent: Everything is data: artful interaction in virtual space, National Design Centre, Singapore.

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchExhibition

Gibson, R & `Martelli, B, Everything is Data, 2015, Exhibition, Gibson/Martelli.
Gibson R (Artist), `Martelli B (Artist). Everything is Data Gibson/Martelli. 2015.
Gibson, Ruth (Artist) ; `Martelli, Bruno (Artist). / Everything is Data. [Exhibition].
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