WHEN : 16th – 26th April / Opening 18th April, 6:30pm
WHERE : The Block
Featuring a performance by electronic musician Dr Donna Hewitt, inventor of the eMic, a sensor-enhanced microphone stand for electronic music performance. Donna has performed nationally and internationally and is a member of artist collective Lady Electronica, as well as a Lecturer in Music and Sound at QUT.
The computer age has triggered a seemingly endless stream of data; lists of words and numbers that record the world around us through various lenses. Datascape will take you on a tour of this dynamic artistic field where data is the medium. Presenting a range of works that use data as the building blocks for creative practice, the exhibition will explore data’s ability to express human contexts, interests and movements through both analogue and digital portals.
Join us on Thursday 18 April for Opening Night Panel Discussion Coding for Creative Output, chaired by Keith Armstrong. 5.00pm – 6.00pm, The Hall, Z2-226
Monday – Friday 2.00pm – 6.00pm | Closed 25 April
Image: Norimichi HIRAKAWA, The Irreversible (2010)