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The experiential process of observation and reflection is key to art and science
and is an essential component in understanding interdependence
of all species and ecosystems, terrestrial and aquatic.
Paul Fletcher Animator

Science Art & Talks
Living Data Program for the 2013 Ultimo Science Festival, Sydney, September 12-21.

 

Professor Tony Larkumfrom the University of Technology, Sydney, shares his insights and experience of creativity in science. Professor Larkum is interviewed by Dr Simon Pockleyat the Muse on Sunday 15th September 2013. In the background is the animation Algae Databy artist Paul Fletcher with data from scientist Jennifer Clark. The video is edited by Lisa Robertswith sound by Angus and Jason Benedek.

 

Professor Tony Larkumreflects on how Living Data brings art and science together. Professor Larkum is interviewed by Dr Simon Pockleyat the Muse on Sunday 15th September 2013. The video is edited by Lisa Robertswith sound by Angus and Jason Benedek.