A series of photographs that visualizes fictional interpretations of modern computing concepts. My childhood coincided with the birth of personal computers and over the years I have grown alongside countless emerging technologies. With each advancement comes new approaches and vocabulary to speak about them. Terms such as wi-fi, cloud storage and GPS are examples of current ideas that one is expected to understand despite the underlying processes being hidden behind simplified graphic interfaces. “Imagined Data” emulates the unseen digital interactions of this imaginary electronic plane by creating long exposures in camera of lasers and light on custom built physical structures. The resulting photographs intend to emote the science and spectacle of everyday technology concepts finally made visible through yet another virtual reality.