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DESIGNING THE

physical, spatial
and permanent            







              digital, invisible

and incremental









Thomas Wing-Evans           

is a designer and architect based in Sydney delivering projects that bridge the gap between physical and digital.

His work spans experimental architecture, research-driven installations, photographic expeditions, short stories and co-directing a design festival with a focus on new media and emerging technology. He is currently digital innovation fellow for the State Library of NSW.


Latest News           

NSW State Library |  06.10.18

80Hz opens to the public alongside new NSW State Library galleries.
DX LAB  |  09.11.17

2017 Winner of the NSW State Library DX Lab innovation fellowship for 80Hz.
RARE SYD  |  23.10.17

Won paid scholarship to 3 day creative & tech masterclass for 80 unusual minds.

 

AN INSTRUMENT FOR EXPLORING ART THROUGH SOUND.

The winning proposal for the NSW State Library DX Lab Fellowship, 80Hz builds on concepts of data sonification commonly used in the fields of astronomy and oceanography, refocussing their processes onto artworks. Using this tool, paintings can become performative musical compositions that reflect their visual information and metadata.

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Featured Work          

Region 1



A TERRITORY OF DIGITAL WILDLIFE IS DISTURBED BY YOUR PRESENCE.

Region 1 is an installation that takes mobile advertising technology and repurposes it to create a playful, interactive habitat combining nature, data and curiosity.



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A DIGITAL DESIGN FESTIVAL IN A FOREST.

Datum is a testbed for new ideas and digital prototypes.
Part experimental workshop and part music festival, its teams combine new media, data and design to push the boundaries of architecture, interaction and creativity.

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THOMAS WING-EVANS
LONDON︎SYDNEY
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