Living Data

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Living Data

How we understand climate change


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The Climate Change Cluster (C3)at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) hosts a Living Data presentation for UTS students of Design. Scientist Martina Doblinand artist Lisa Robertspresent to designer Mark Gerada and his students of Visualising Research in the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building (DAB). Martina presents key findings of climate change science and explains the scientific method. Lisa talks about three methods used by artists to expand understanding of scientific data: Tracing, Relating and Dynamically connecting. Scientists, artists and designers discuss ways to engage more people with scientific evidence of climate change.

 

Martina Doblin presents key findings of climate change science and explains the scientific method. Video recording: Linda Cairnes

 

Lisa Roberts talks about three methods used by artists to expand understanding of scientific data: Tracing, Relating and Dynamically connecting. Video recording: Linda Cairnes

 

Scientists, artists and designers discuss the role of the arts in understanding climate change.