Tom Corby

Tom corby is an artist interested in issues around climate, data and systems. He is a co-founder of the Atmospheric Research Collective working collaboratively with Gavin Baily and Jonathan Mackenzie.

Artworks have been exhibited worldwide including at: the The Onassis Stegi, Athens, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial, Gijón, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Victoria and Albert Museum; Arts Catalyst, Tate Online, London; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography; Transmediale; ZKM, ISEA; Ars Electronica; the Madrid Art Fair, and the Intercommunication Centre Tokyo (ICC) amongst many others. 

Further work and information can be found at

https://www.atmospheric-collective.org/ (includes contact details)

https://www.instagram.com/atmosphericresearchcollective/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corby_%26_Baily

https://digital-realism.net/

Artworks feature in a number of reviews and monographs including:  Reviews include in La Republica, El País, The Guardian, Art Monthly and Artist Newsletter.

Artworks have featured in a number of major publications including: Art and Ecology Now, Andrew Brown (2014, Thames and Hudson);
Weather as Medium, Janine Randerson (MIT Press, 2018);
The Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms, Simon Wilson et al, (London: Tate Publishing, 2008);
Museum and Archive on the Move; Oliver Grau and Walter de Gruyter (GmbH & Co KG 2017);
Handbook on the Politics of Antarctica, Klaus Dodds, Alan D. Hemmings, Peder Roberts (Edward Elgar Publishing, 27 Jan 2017);
‚ÄėDigital Aesthetics‚Äô Sean Cubitt in Christiane Paul (ed),¬†A Companion to Digital Art, (2014, Blackwell, New York)‚Äô
‚ÄėThe Earth Sciences and Creative Practice‚Äô Suzette Worden in Dew Harrison (ed),¬†Handbook¬†of Research on Digital Media and Creative Technologies¬†(GI Global,¬†2015)
¬†‚ÄėArt imagination and Environment‚Äô Tim Collins in¬†Peter Howard, Ian Thompson, Emma Waterton¬†(eds.),
The Routledge Companion to Landscape Studies 
(London: Routledge 2013);
Mobile Interface Theory: Embodied Space and Locative Media, Jason Farman (London: Routledge 2013);
The Fundamentals of Digital Art, Richard Colson (2007, Ava Publishing);
Net.art 2.0, Tilman Baumgartel (2002, Nurnberg: Insititut fur moderne Kunst).