Monthly Archives: May 2012

Living Data Dance story reviewed

With thanks to peer reviews, the Living Data Dance video is updated with the story: A floating screen of plankton mesh … illuminates Living Data. Circling, spiralling, crossing lines … describe natural systems: physical, biological, emotional. Glacial ice melts. Krill … Continue reading

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Living Data Dance

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Captions for the Living Data Dance video rephrased: A floating screen of plankton mesh… Illuminates Living Data. Circling, Spiralling, Crossing lines… describe natural systems… physical, biological, emotional. Glacial ice melts. Krill stir the sea. Diatoms drift. Connectivity is felt and … Continue reading

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CCAMLR – krill convention

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CCAMLR is the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. Its headquarters are in Hobart. Scientists from around the world meet here this week to design a system to better monitor the health of the oceans. Living Data … Continue reading

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Living Data dance

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Dancers Ashley Macqueen, Belinda Cussens, Caterina Macciola, Mike Green, Catherine Magill and Cliff improvise with the first iteration of the animation, Oceanic Living Data. The animation is cast through silk plankton mesh. The mesh once trawled the Southern Ocean for … Continue reading

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Melissa Smith – Dissolve

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Artist, curator and educator Melissa Smith writes about her current installation: New technologies increasingly expand methods used in art and science to make sense of our changing environment. Dissolve explores new digital technologies to make 2D and 3D prints. Prints … Continue reading

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