Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sex in the Sea

How is climate change affecting sexual behaviours of plants and animals? I meet with Jason Benedek, Paula Havey and Caterina Mocciola in the UTS Motion Capture studio. We discuss Living Data principles and brainstorm ideas for an installation inspired by … Continue reading

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Living Data iconography

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. Jennifer Keeler-Milne. Small sea coral drawings, each 19 x 19cm charcoal on paper, 2014. (See sample images)

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Living Data: UTS

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Dancers by Martina Doblin. Image of a single-celled, marine diatom (microscopic plant) called Asterionellopsis sp., which has formed a long chain of ‘dancing’ cells. Details. Martina and I hone words to identify the UTS: Living Data exhibition. First we say: … Continue reading

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White Rabbit #01 Reflections

Chris Evenhuis reflects on the first meeting at White Rabbit Thursday 11 April: Hi Jason and Caterina, I really enjoyed hearing at the meetup the last week about how you have used motion capture. I would like the chance to … Continue reading

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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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White Rabbit meeting

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Yesterday we met at the White Rabbit Gallery: Martina Doblin, Chris Evenhuis, Caterina Mocciola, Catherine Nolan, Jason Benedek, Anita Marosszeki, Lisa Roberts (apologies: Leanne Thompson and Paula Havey). New and ongoing members introduced themselves, clarified their contributions, planned future meetings, … Continue reading

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Art as a natural growing organism under threat

‘New journalist’ Norman Mailer came up in conversation last night, with a house mate who is researching for an essay about graffiti. In 1959 Mailer writes: The sickness of our times for me has been just this damn thing that … Continue reading

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Symphony in Connecticut

A request arrives and we agree to Living Data animation being played with a symphony orchestra in Connecticut: Hi, Lisa I’m in the process of creating a video / DVD product showing the beauty of classical music to children aged … Continue reading

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