Monthly Archives: May 2014

Cabinet of Curiosities

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The Living Data Cabinet of Curiosities is installed on level 3, building 4 (Science) at the University of Technology, Sydney, for launching in Green Week next week. Clockwise from top left: Ocean water and sediment Samples in glass flask with … Continue reading

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ICE Lab Meeting #2 – 22.05.14

Whilst Lisa is currently overseas, some regular Living Data collaborators met to give updates on their projects and we discussed details of up and coming projects. Individuals present include Jason, Caterina, Leanne, Christian, Martina and myself. Paula, Andrew and Catherine … Continue reading

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Living Data in Beijing

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Living Data and Lynchpin visualisations are presented at the Beijing City International School. Teachers lead their students in workshops to respond in different ways in order to relate these to their studies in climate change and sustainability. Teachers and students … Continue reading

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Living Data for Green Week 2014

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Expressionist responses to concerning changes

  Gernam Expressionist dance first inspired me at the age of 5 when I met Cecilia Waldman, a pupil of Rudolph Laban. Cecilia fled from Nazi Germany to live in Melbourne, where my grandmother became life-long companions of her and … Continue reading

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Photosynthesising pigments

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Cyanobacteria… are often called blue-green algae… By producing oxygen as a gas as a by-product of photosynthesis, cyanobacteria are thought to have converted the early reducing atmosphere into an oxidizing one, which dramatically changed the composition of life forms on … Continue reading

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Science and Art as Conversation

If you wonder how conversations we have with people and places can inspire new ideas, you may enjoy Science and Art as Conversation: A series of fragments written by UTS academic Dr Jonathan Marshall. You may also like to witness … Continue reading

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Layers of knowledge (and etymology)

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Catherine Nolan’s research involves art making and writing. Etymology is the study of the origins of words and how their form and meaning changes over time. Identifying and naming parts of a system is a vital early stage in understanding … Continue reading

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