MRI technology reveals the unseeable – a non-invasive method for exploring the very nature of the self. Advances in technology mean that each year we are able to reveal more and more detail. This series of works highlight the tentative relationship between the seen and unseen. I have given the data a physical form, the […]
As we approach the election, it becomes apparent that the narrative landscape of politics has changed. In the past, the discourse was led by inky newspapers and the satirical sniping of broadcaster-sanctioned comedians. The last election, in 2010, certainly had a social media component – manifested by the American-aping ‘televised debates’ and the associated back-channel […]
disclaimer Ebola is a serious business, people are dying. The best way to stop the spread of a disease is to contain it at source. There are many organisations actively involved in treating people in West Africa. Do your bit – lobby your politicians and shake them out of their apathy, or make a donation […]
Taking another look at the Tate Data, the most interesting categories, for me, are the more subjective ones, the categories which feel like they’re furthest along the ‘I need a human to make this judgement’ axis. This dataset goes beyond simple ‘fact based’ descriptions, which means it contains a whole lot more humanity than most […]
Another experiment with the Tate Collection big data. I’m still working on how best to navigate the huge collection, so I thought it might be nice if Nicholas Serota himself (or at least an automated version of him) could show you around. Click the image below to start your personalised tour of the Tate Collection.