12:00-13:00, Thurs 4 Apr, 2024
13:30-15:30, Thurs 4 Apr, 2024
18:00-20:00, Fri 5 Apr, 2024
This interactive exhibition features the work of students from the MSc and MA Design Informatics course at the University of Edinburgh. Students have created a series of playful prototypes which examine and question our relationships to data technologies and consider how we can use data as a tool for design. The works on display help …
The BOX is an interactive installation by Dr Fiona Smith, Creator in Residence at Fraunhofer MEVIS, presented by the Institute for Design Informatics, exploring the practical and ethical implications of integrating AI technology into healthcare. Come explore the ‘black box’ aspect of AI technology in the context of digital medicine and journey into the internal and invisible workings of AI systems through the artwork.
Can you believe what you hear? When is a voice or sound authentic? This exhibition, curated by the Institute for Design Informatics, brings together exciting experimental artists including Martin Disley, Theodore Koterwas and Everest Pipkin, who are working with sound and emerging technologies to explore deep fake audio. Their work asks what it means to …
A new exhibition at Inspace Gallery bringing together international artists working with sound and emerging technologies to explore deep fake audio. Premiering as part of the 2023 Edinburgh Festivals, the exhibition is a collaboration between Inspace Gallery, the Institute of Design Informatics and Creative Informatics
Exhibition featuring the work of Design Informatics Artist in Residence Theodore Koterwas.
Come explore the porous boundaries between us and technology as you interact with an invisible AI learning to communicate with you physically.
Through his residency Theodore has been approaching AI from the perspective of the body: exploring what it means for AI when we consider intelligence as a process of the entire body rather than just the brain.
This exhibition features work from the Masters students at the University of Edinburgh’s Design Informatics course.
With two distinct approaches and design briefs – Designing Ecologies and Fashion Informatics – students created a series of responses which either question more than human and under-represented “voices” in data collection or seek to examine ways in which we could adorn our human selves through worn-data interfaces.
Exhibition Open 22-24 April viewable from the street on Inspace City Screens, Potterrow (best seen after dark or during drop-in sessions 23 April 10am, 11am and 12pm). Sign up for a drop-in session via Eventbrite. The Overlay by artist Inés Cámara Leret is an exploration into the entanglements that arise when attempting to make global climate data tangible. …