Monthly Archives: March 2013

Misleading myth in Kurlansky’s Cod

In his prize-winning book Cod Mark Kurlansky perpetuates a myth that krill are “shrimplike free-floating creatures” (1999; 43). Krill biology experts Steve Nicol and So Kawaguchi know that krill are not passive aimless drifters, but actively shape the physical environment … Continue reading

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Adapting animation and music

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Lightwell installation

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People are not scientists OR artists

Last night Paul Erlich spoke at UTS. He said we need cities fit for people, not cars, and that we can’t expect the plants we depend on to adapt to rising temperatures when it’s we who need to change behaviours. … Continue reading

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Edward Gordon Craig

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Mesh

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Image source: Sydney Dance Company website.

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Invitation

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CLIMATE CHANGE How do scientists and artists make climate change visible? You are invited to propose a contribution to the Ultimo Science Festival exhibition and forum program Living Data: Animating change II 12-21 September 2013 Scientific accuracy and sensory appeal … Continue reading

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Cycles of light and darkness

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Living Data joins the Polar Time “Helmholtz Virtual-Institutes” research program to understand “Biological timing in a changing marine environment: clocks and rhythms in pelagic organisms”. Our task is to make an animation to visualise the story (hypothesis) upon which the … Continue reading

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Can krill adapt in time?

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Climate change is no illusion.

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Artist Malou Zuidema explains how she worked with scientists to visualise impacts of climate change on the Ocean by animating Forests of the Sea. What more is happening in the arts to guide us towards, not away from, understanding our … Continue reading

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