Dani Admiss is an independent curator and researcher working across art, design, and networked cultures. She adopts world-building and co-research strategies to collectively explore changes happening to our social and technological worlds. 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. Her current research is looking at utopias of play and histories of behavioural technologies. She is finishing her Ph.D. at the Faculty of Arts and New Media at Sunderland University on world-building practices and curating world systems. Recent curatorial projects include, "Playbour", Furtherfield, "Assembling a Moving Island”, Walk&Talk, Azores, "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.