Why collaborate?

  Until recently scientists suppressed their personal feelings when talking amongst peers and with the public. And many scientists regarded artists only as illustrators for their stories. Now as more artists enter into conversation with scientists, they recognise each other … Continue reading

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Climate reduced to numbers

Climate has been reduced to numbers, easy to understand, and yet easy to ignore. Until we as ocean advocates can make the case that climate itself is a function of the ocean, along with its impact on fresh water, energy, … Continue reading

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New data in the Atrium

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  Photographs by Nasim Shah Mohammadi are screened in the Data Atrium, level 3, building 4 (Science), University of Technology, Sydney: Photos of the exhibition Living Data: Evolving Conversations, in the UTS Tower Building main entrance.

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Dance response

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GYIr6L81SE&list=UU1svBYjP7E06CbZCS88-kdw Dancer/choreographer Dean Walsh enters Living Data: Evolving conversations.

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science craft

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Comonalities in structure

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Engaging people with climate change

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A UTS student of journalism is making a documentary about Living Data. Tomorrow we meet for a recorded interview. By way of preparation I answer some questions sent through. What inspired you to curate Living Data? i.e. personally and through … Continue reading

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Cephalopod human

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Grounding

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Wall drawings

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