Monthly Archives: February 2012

Antarctic krill winter adventure

Zhongnan Jia (Molly) is a PhD student of science at the University of Tasmania. One of her supervisors is So Kawaguchi, who collaborates with me to make animations that contribute to understanding krill behaviour.¬† Molly’s animation Antarctic krill winter adventure … Continue reading

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Like an organism, Living Data evolves

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    A symbiotic working relationship began when designer Gibson Radsavanh asked me to edit the written text for a children’s picture story book he was making. He asked if he could do some drawings in return. I asked him … Continue reading

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Animaion webinar for scientists

APECS, the Association of Early Career Polar Scientists¬† offers this Webinar: Making Science Animations: New Possibilities for Making Science Accesible to the Public Presented by: Mathieu Ardyna &¬†Maxime Geoffroy, PhD Students at Laval University and Takuvik Joint International Laboratory The … Continue reading

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Data Moshing

I go to a party and meet a data mosher, a physicist who understands the process at the most technical level. He sends ‘The best example currently’:

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Clock of the Long Now

The idea that Earth is a whole dynamic system of which we are a part is a model well known through the work of scientists James Lovelock and Lyn Margulis. The model has been called the Gaia hypothesis. Less well … Continue reading

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Sue Anderson is an artist and originator of Lynchpin, a new project that relates to Living Data. Our projects share the common purpose of connecting scientific and aesthetic ways of understanding climate change. One of the scientists who worked with … Continue reading

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