Gavin Baily, Tom Corby, Jonathan Mackenzie
We have been collaborating since the 1990's on artworks, texts and research that broadly explore intersections of environmental, technological and social processes.
Our installations, prints, live data-driven environments and screen-based works, have been exhibited in over 20 countries including: Ars Electronica; The Institute of Contemporary Art London; Victoria & Albert Museum; ZKM and Transmediale.
Northern Polar Studies
Data-sets from drifting buoys and satellite measurements of Arctic sea ice...
Maxima-Minima materialises the entire data set used in The Northern Polar Studies as print-outs...
CODEX presents a geographic mapping of Wikipedia's language editions...
Blood & Bones
Blood and Bones narrates an experience of serious illness using a combination of data processing...
Southern Ocean Studies
A project with the British Antarctic Survey to explore the data it derives from its research...
Visualisations of historic trends in the news archives from the BBC and the Guardian...
Mapping textual conversations from political and religious newsgroups to a dynamic, weather visualization...
Leading artists and critics describe how artists have extended the Internet’s social and digital architectures...
This work consists of a bio-engineered text editor that uses the lexical reference system Wordnet...
The work consists of a Free Software Game Boy emulator whose rendering system has been (pathologically) rewritten...
This was a research and development project dealing with the subject of self-organising networks...
This was part of a series of works concerned with our experience of the network as a bizarre_scape...