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Uncertain Data

Uncertain Data brings together four artists in residence at FACT, whose work interrogates the trust we place in the data that governs us.

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How do our feelings, emotions and reactions affect how we experience the world? Uncertain Data brings together four artists in residence at FACT, whose work exposes the complex layers defining the data that governs us, and questions the trust we place in it.

Four newly commissioned artworks invite us to journey through the depths of the ocean by controlling our emotions in an interactive VR work; to question whether a computer algorithm can tell whether we’re lying or telling the truth; and to uncover hard facts and data to reveal the human stories beneath them - ultimately exposing the uncertainty that our world is built on.

About the Residencies

Yambe Tam, Angela YT Chan and Tessa Norton were awarded the Jerwood Arts / FACT Digital Fellowship in 2020. Funded by Jerwood Arts, the annual fellowship and remote residency appoints 3 emerging artists, curators, creative technologists, critical thinkers or cultural activists, from any background, to support their potential as producers of the future.

Andrius Arutiunian was awarded the European Media Art Residency Exchange (EMARE) in 2021 by the European Media Art Platform (EMAP). Arutiunian carried out his artist residency remotely with FACT, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

The Jerwood Arts / FACT Digital Fellowship is supported by Jerwood Arts. The European Media Art Platforms residency program at FACT is supported by the Creative Europe Culture Programme of the European Union.

Deep Dive (2021)

As part of residency showcase, Uncertain Data, Deep Dive (2021) is an ambient video game that explores the depths of the ocean: allowing you to descend deeper into the unknown as you master your mind through meditation.

Rain Paradox (2021)

Part of residency showcase, Uncertain Data, Rain Paradox (2021) explores Rain Paradox presents counter-narratives to official framings of water scarcity, offering different perspectives from community-minded citizens across the UK.

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