Living Data: Align

Living Data: Align

2015 Conversations


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"It is because science grows out of the preoccupations and pressures of everyday life
that its discoveries have, in the end, to be accessible to all of us."
Lisa Jardine, 1999. Ingenious Pursuits:
Building the Scientific Revolution
p.8

     May 2015.
Algae, Mimi, Anthropocene
Collaborating with designer Marc Pascal.

World views combine with the Algae, Mimi, and Anthropocene.

Here you can see designer Marc Pascal working with me and An Marosszeky to insert LEDs into a tiny human form within a model of the phytoplankton, Diatom navicula, as you hear me practice a one-minute talk about this work for the AnthropSlam at the Australian Galleries, Melbourne.

Lisa Roberts.