Dani Admiss is an independent curator and researcher working across art, design, and networked cultures. Her work employs co-creation and world-building to explore changes happening to our social and technological worlds. She is particularly interested in working with others to understand not yet completed transformations of body, society, and earth, into a global capitalist system.

She is Founder of Playbour- Work, Pleasure, Survival, an art and research platform dedicated to the study of the worker in an age of data technologies with an exhibition at Furtherfield, London in July 2018. She is currently curating a public art circuit for Walk&Talk in the Azores and consulting with Abandon Normal Devices, a roving Biennial of digital culture for their 10th-anniversary, Festival 2019. She is a Ph.D. student researcher at the faculty for New Media Art at Sunderland University, exploring world-building practices and curating world systems.

Recent curatorial projects include, ‘Digital Dark Ages’ Abandon Normal Devices, ‘AI in Asia’, Digital Asia Hub, Hong Kong, ‘Big Bang Data’ Somerset House, London, ‘Digital Revolution’ the Barbican Centre, London, and ‘The Institute Effect’ at ‘Close, Closer’ the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Portugal.

Originally, trained in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths College University (2003-2006) she completed her Masters in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum (2011-2012) with an Arts & Humanities Research Council scholarship in 2012.

You can talk to me more at dani at dani admiss dot com.