Category Archives: drawing

Draw what you saw

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Living Data’s Draw What You Saw workshop for the 2014 Biolblitz at the World Congress at Sydney’s Olympic Park last November inspired some memorable drawings. Children and adults came to see, move amongst and (sometimes) touch wierd and wonderful local … Continue reading

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What’s in a drop of ocean?

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Why collaborate?

  Abstract for publication The historically recent separation between the art and science of understanding has until now been accepted as normal, just as scientists have regarded artists as illustrators and not contributors to understanding. Today as more artists collaborate … Continue reading

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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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Comonalities in structure

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Cephalopod human

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Wall drawings

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Wall responses

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Seeing through different lenses

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Scientist Chris Evenhuis draws as we imagine how exhibits may be placed in the UTS Tower building main foyer.

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No one way is right but some ways are useful

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Two way conversations between scientists and artists have begun. Artist Catherine Nolan reflects on our meeting with scientist Chris Evenhuis and explains her methods of understanding. Catherine Nolan writes: I find that I need to visually investigate a subject in … Continue reading

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