Data Voices

We like asking questions, provoking discourse and exploring a diversity of attitudes and approaches, as a method of research and developing our data practice. So we've approached people to add their data insights and ask a question to continue the discussion.

Annie Blanchette

Introducing... the Museum for Obeast Conservation Studies, a satirical project that uses scientific/colonialist tropes to emphasise the objectifying (and often voyeuristic) lens we have towards the Other.

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Corinne Stuart

Introducing... In [Y]our Dreams by Corinne Stuart, Rachel Still and Ellie Sillett. Datafication and sense making of dreams.

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Grace Quantock

Introducing... Eula Bliss, The Pain Scale

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Kate Swade

Introducing... Digital Commons, a platform cooperative with a mission to use GIS, mapping, and linked data to support the growth of the solidarity economy and the commons.

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Kathy Hinde

Introducing... Tipping Point invites us to consider our relationship with water, created using a delicate combination of glass, water, audio feedback and lighting

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Matthew Baker

Introducing... The Authors project. A project seeking to interview nature writers in areas and environments that they have covered in their work whilst taking sub-second measurements of light and colour; to link the experience with the data.

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Michelle Forrest-Beckett

Introducing... All My Love: Matters of the Heart and Mind

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Sam Howey-Nunn

Introducing... Understory, supporting people in a place-based community to understand themselves as a system of relationships and connections with shared purpose.

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