Monthly Archives: July 2012

Conversation piece 01: Lumogen dyes

L: I see a box made of five acrylic sheets. Each sheet is engraved with drawings of organisms that I saw through microscopes in Antarctica and in field guides of that environment. Inside the box are plastic numbered tags that … Continue reading

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See, Think, Wonder…

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The Living Data project has reached a turning point. It is time to reflect on how the project has evolved and where it is heading. I am now in conversation with all the works presented at The Muse exhibition: … Continue reading

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Animating Change

Text for a Flyer is set: LIVING DATA: ANIMATING CHANGE Combining stories, hypotheses, data and iconography Designing a sustainable future requires understanding our impacts on earth systems and the changes to earth systems that impact on us all. This means … Continue reading

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Fortunate Prince

A re-mix of the krill sex animation may connect more people to the science:   Music written and produced by Jodi Shaw (Brooklyn, NY U.S.A.) Animation by Lisa Roberts licensed via creative commons. Vocals/Keyboard/Samples: Jodi Shaw Drums: Conor Meehan … Continue reading

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Living Data Test Strip

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****************************************************************** Part of planning the Living Data exhibition at the Muse is designing a method for assessing its impacts on the people who see it. Solutions arise through conversations with my friend K.E.Y. who is a teacher of English. She … Continue reading

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Human Connections

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Human Connections is an image sequence presented at the Living Data: Animating change exhibition during the Ultimo Science Festival: What do you see? What do you think about that? How does that make you feel? What does it make you … Continue reading

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Exquisite Forest

Exquisite Forest is a web-based collaborative platform that allows people to join in an ongoing creation, but the brief is a little more open here. The project is based on the Exquisite Corpse model–it allows participants to create animations that … Continue reading

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Living Data at the Muse

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Our exhibition, Living Data: Animating change, is part of the Ultimo Science Festival (USF) programed for – 16-16 August 2012. See USF’s on-line promotion of Living Data.

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Oceanic Living Data was presented in June at the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM) in Hobart. Organisers reported that it was well received. Because the ATCM coincided with the Imagine Nature II conference in Tarraleah (Tasmanian central plateau), only the … Continue reading

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