GroundTruth Network is inspired by the science of remote sensing: using data from satellites, airborne sensors and ground-based platforms to map and monitor vast landscapes and how they change over time.
The GroundTruth Network is where art meets science.
Using new media, documentary and interactive art, GroundTruth creates a catalyst for discussion about how humans and nature are changing the environment we live in and the role of spatial sciences in tracking the change.
Visit a GroundTruth Exhibition
Channel Country / Birdsville / Diamantina River March 18, 2010. Landsat 5 TM image courtesy of U.S Geological Survey
Fire, Flood and Human Endeavour
The GroundTruth immersive media exhibitions bring to life satellite imagery of the Greater Brisbane Region, the Channel Country and Cape York to show us how humans and nature are changing the environment we live in.
Step forwards and backwards through time and sound for an interactive journey through some of Queensland’s most cyclical and rapidly changing landscapes.
In a unique collaboration, media artist Grania Kelly has teamed with Queensland Government remote-sensing scientists and visualisation experts at QUT Institute for Future Environments to bring this mapping to life.
March 21 to 25, 2018
During World Science Festival Brisbane at:
114 Grey Street
Mon-Fri 9am -5pm
April 7 to 15, 2018
During the TRANSBOUNDARIES: ART + CONNECTION at:
QUT Art Museum
2 George Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Sat/Sun 12-4pm and Tues – Fri 10am – 5pm