Art and (invisible) technology: A closer look at Soft Evidence and On View

Ania Catherine (US), Dejha Ti (US)

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In both Soft Evidence (2021) and On View (2019), Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti incorporate advanced technologies into immersive works that appear to be non-digital—even though they are the opposite. While critically engaging with dilemmas around large scale AI, ubiquitous computing, extractive technologies, and synthetic media, their work highlights the nuanced ways in which technology affects our lives in often invisible ways. In this talk, the duo dive into their approach to using technology both conceptually and technically in their practice.

Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti, „the two critical contemporary voices on digital art’s international stages” (Clot Magazine) and „LGBT power couple“ (Flaunt), are an award-winning experiential artist duo whose practice merges environments, technology, & performance art. Known for their signature poetic approach to technology, they’ve been featured on BBC Click, Bloomberg ART+TECHNOLOGY, Christie’s Art+Tech Summit, SXSW, as well as recognized by the Lumen Prize, S+T+ARTS Prize, and ADC Awards.


Soft Evidence supported by Media Futures, has received funding from the European Union’s framework Horizon 2020 for research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 951962.
On View was commissioned by SCAD Museum of Art