Digital installation and performance.
DoxBox trustbot was researched and produced during my residency at The Open Data Institute in London, 2018-2019. Commissioned by ODI Data as Culture and produced as part of an ODI R&D project exploring data trust and sharing, funded by Innovate UK. The portable unit interviews users about the apps, services and digital providers they interact with, reveals what these providers know about their users, then tells the user stories about what the effects of this may be and provides recommendations regarding their level of trustworthiness, relating to the individual themselves and to other people who may be more or less impacted by the same use or misuse of the data that accumulates around their digital life.
Performed at Furtherfield’s Future Fair in Finsbury Park, London, in August 2019 and at the ODI’s Annual Summit in November 2019. In the ODI’s Copy That? group exhibition in London from 5 February 2020, talk at BOM’s Art & Tech Social on 26 February,
with more performances coming up nationally in 2020, including Leeds International Festival; more details on this page as they are confirmed.
Update: Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, performances cancelled or postponed indefinitely.