Co-Convenors: Katrina Sluis / Associate Professor Mitchell Whitelaw / Dr Baden Pailthorpe
The Computational Culture Lab works at the intersection of theory, practice and policy to investigate the politics, aesthetics and applied potentials of post-digital culture. Located at the School of Art & Design, we work in partnership with contemporary art and cultural heritage institutions, industry, NGOs and an international network of researchers spanning art, media and cultural studies, humanities and design scholarship.
As artists, designers, curators and theorists, we generate high impact public outcomes which address the increasingly automated, networked and algorithmic conditions of contemporary culture. Collectively, we seek to understand how computational culture is to be generated, recorded, collected, curated, exhibited, performed and archived, and how it can support social and cultural change.
Associate Professor Mitchell Whitelaw, Dr Baden Pailthorpe, Katrina Sluis, Dr Rowan Conroy, Dr Ella Barclay, Dr Geoff Hinchcliffe, Dr Kit Devine, Dr Pia van Gelder, Jason O’Brien, Jean-Philippe Demarais, Dr Sean Dockray, Dr Anna Madeleine Raupach
Higher Degree Researchers:
Julia Rodwell, Tega Brain, Eliane Touma, Melita Dahl, Ally Crimp, Galen Cuthbertson
Epic Games, Australian War Memorial, The Photographers’ Gallery (UK), Foto Colectania (ES), Fotomuseum Winterthur (CH), LIMA (NL), University of New South Wales, Centre for the Study of the Networked Image @ London South Bank University (UK), Lucerne University of Applied Arts & Sciences, EPFL (CH), University of Exeter, State Library of Victoria, State Library of Queensland, ACT Parks and Conservation, The University of Sydney, Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA), Chau Chak Wing Museum, Department of Antiquities Cyprus, Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project, Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI), Paphos Archaeological Museum