Fluidata is a Waterwheel project that uses an a range of processes to bring people of all ages into touch with their local waterways, into connection with each other, and to create an interactive aesthetic response to water.

Project artists share their processes with local participants in regional areas throughout the state. Environmental explorations along local waterways form the basis of walking-based performances captured by a range of digital and emerging media including time-lapse video, photography, GPS tracking, movement-sensor data and high definition sound recordings to tell stories of place.