Living Data:<br> Track Changes

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that this program contains images and voices of deceased persons.

Living Data:
Track Changes

2016 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

Suzanne Schibeci and Mika Utzon Popov combine the art and science of fire in natural life cycles.

Cycles is one of ten collaborations that comprise the Ku-ring-gai pH: Art + ScienceProject, that pairs artists and scientists to make art responses to the natural environment, cultural heritage and scientific values of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (KCNP). The artworks will be exhibited at Manly Art Gallery Museum from December 2016.

Tuesday 2 August 2016
Curator Katherine Roberts introduces the Ku-ring-gai Art+Science Project
to participants and visitors at the Eramboo Artist Environment.

 

Tuesday 2 August 2016
Scientist Suzanne Schibeci explains how fire plays a vital role
in the natural life cycle of Australia's emblematic plant, the Banksia,
and how her collaboration with artist Mika Utzon Popov
has changed the way she understands it.

 

Tuesday 2 August 2016
Artist Mika Utzon Popov expresses his response to fire in Australian bushland
and explains the art evolving through his interactions with Suzanne.