DESIGNING THE

physical, spatial
and permanent            







              digital, invisible

and incremental









Thomas Wing-Evans           

A designer, architect, thinker and tinkerer based in Sydney. I work at the intersection of the digital and physical, pursuing my passion for creating impactful projects by combining technology, creativity and empathy.

I co-direct Datum, an annual design workshop and festival with a focus on new media and emerging technology, and create other experimental installations as part of Pollen. I established and contribute to Here Future, a short story series, and occasionally have a stab at videos.


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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A COLLECTION OF NEAR FUTURE FAIRY TALES DRIVEN BY TODAY’S TECHNOLOGY AND TOMORROW’S CONSEQUENCES.

An exercise in imagining the implications of fast-evolving technology on society, cities and the connected self, Here Future concocts distinct narratives that both revere our digital future and poke fun in equal measure.

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AN INSTRUMENT FOR EXPLORING ART AND LITERATURE THROUGH SOUND.

A proposal for the NSW State Library DX Lab, 80Hz builds on concepts of data sonification commonly used in the fields of astronomy and oceanography, refocussing their processes onto art and literature. Using this tool, novels, artworks, interviews and transcripts can become performative musical compositions that reflect their emotion and sentiment.

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THOMAS WING-EVANS
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