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Living Data in the Digital Invasion exhibition has mostly screen based works. The exhibition is by artist Michael Takeo Magruder in collaoration with Drew Baker (3D visualisation) & David Steele (backend programming).
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Living specimens of phytoplankton are drawn from life.
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This sample of living coccolithophorids, Emiliania huxleyi, is combined with yellow dinoflagellates. The smaller forms are bacteria. Coccolithophorids are one of several species of phytoplankton being studied by UTS scientist Charlotte Robinson to understand how they adapt to changes in … Continue reading
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Artist Leanne Thompson invites people to contribute to her ‘Groundswell’ installation by leaving paper, pens and adhesive tape for them to write, draw and add to it.
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Chalk drawn responses vary in relatedness to the meanings expressed by exhibitors, and our curatorial intention to create a sense of an interactive, organic whole. A new crop of chalk drawings prompts me to clarify our intention with the message, … Continue reading
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Live specimens collected yesterday from Darling Harbour are photographed by a Nikon Eclipse Inverted Microscope system recently acquired by the UTS School of Environment. This system is good for capturing behaviours of fresh and salt water microorganisms, including their photosynthetic … Continue reading