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Living Data Library


S T O R Y
E V O L V I N G
2020
Nothingness
Antarctic ice
2019
Seeding treaty
Indigenous and Western art and science meet

2019
Antarctic heritage
Krill mating
2019
Beauty that was
Past and present life and death
2017
Southern Ocean Wrack
The sea in my blood
2016
Growing and sharing knowledge
Animating conversation
2013
Art from climate science
Data for action

Art from climate science 2013. Video/music: Angus and Jason Benedek

Story

Lisa Roberts: "...There's a lot of talk about the need for collaboration between cultures, disciplines and institutions, to develop a sustainable future, but not a lot of time to build the trust to share the data, stories, hypotheses and images to inspire and enable action for change. For the 2013 Ultimo Science Festival, scientists, artists and designers come to Sydney from as far away as Antarctica for the Living Data Animating Change exhibition."

During the festival, three Living Data forums are held in the exhibition space, including Data for action: How we act on what we count, weigh and measure (Wed 18th Sept. 6-7pm).

This event is introduced and chaired by Dr Simon Pockley, Designer, Activist and former Business Analyst for the Australian National Data Service (ANDS), with speakers Dr. Martina Doblin, Senior Research Fellow and Kirralee Baker, PhD candidate, both from the Climate Change Cluster (C3), University of Technology, Sydney (UTS); Brad Miller,Researcher and Design Senior Lecturer at the The College of Fine Arts (COFA), University of New South Wales (UNSW); Dr Josh Wodak, Artist, Researcher, Creative Director 350.org Australia