Forum planning

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  2-3pm meeting, common room, level 5, building 4 (Science). Present: Natalie Mazurek, Caterina Mocciola, Jason Benedek, Dale Radford, Charlotte Robinson, Catherine Nolan, Leanne Thompson, Tienne Simons, Paula Havier and me. Apologies: Anita Marosszeky, Jonathan Marshall, biscuits! As I write … Continue reading

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Random retro example of science and “dance”: Cardiac Arrhythmias – unique examples

A musing on the symbols used by professionals to communicate. I’d be curious to hear the sound to this professor’s medical liturgical dance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvWzm7ICzhw It’s quite abstract as it. Not knowing anything about the scientists the lab coat makes it look more legitimate. … Continue reading

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Creative process and climate science

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Eveline Kolijn writes: Dear Lisa and collaborators, Thank you for including me in your discussion. I feel I am on another planet, living in land-locked Alberta, Canada, and surrounded by many climate change denying politicians and the polluting oil-sands. It … Continue reading

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Motion captured dance

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Sweet Cheeks and Con – Fish tanks

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More than 16 fish tanks in various sizes and conditions are in a room off the glass houses on the top floor of building 4 (Science). All are available for loan. Some may leak.

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Motion capture dance

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Only the artist can really know the inspiration for their work. For me an art response is pre-verbal and only after making something can I write or talk about how it evolved. Today I observe Jason Benedek working with Caterina … Continue reading

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Oceanic Living Data evolves

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As the video Oceanic Living Data evolves it attracts a range of responses from scientists and artists.   Lynchpin Coordinator Sue Anderson comments: I like – NO LOVE the underwater sound!! AND I LIKE THE BREATHING within this – there, … Continue reading

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Open access

From: Taylor & Francis Journals To: lisa@lisaroberts.com.au Subject: What are authors’ views on Open Access? Read the results from the 2014 survey Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 19:09:30 +0100 At the beginning of 2014 Taylor & Francis asked authors to … Continue reading

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ICE lab meeting #6

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Present: Anita Marosszeky, Caterina Mocciola, Charlotte Robinson, Anna Jaanist, Tienne Simons, Arjun Verma, Nassim Baltazar and myself. Apologies: Aanya, Jonathan, Martina Some of the meeting was video recorded for possible inclusion in the exhibition. Charlotte Robinson explained her research as … Continue reading

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Is creativity oceanic?

What is creativity and can it be be taught? As biologists and psychologists we may recognise creativity as adaptation to changing physical and emotional forces. Recognising our Indigenous ancestry may allow us to know creative processes from our thinking, being … Continue reading

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