Ultimo Science Festival, Sydney
12-21 September 2013
University of Technology, Sydney
1-8 June 2013
Oceanic Living Data Eora Centre for Aboriginal Studies, Abercrombie, Sydney.
Wednesday 17 October 2012, 12.10pm - 1.45pm
Art & About Sydney 14 October 2012, 8pm - 9pm, Customs House Foyer, 31 Young Street, Circular Quay, Sydney
IV Antarctica Art and Culture International Conference & FestivalOceanic Living Data installation, 5-9 September 2012, Universidad Nacional de Tres Febrero, Buenos Aires
Ultimo Science Festival16-26 August 2012, The Muse, Ultimo TAFE, Sydney
April 19-22, 2012 Dreams and Imagination conference presentation, Sydney
Living Data 01 installation:
March 26, 2012 Rozelle School of Visual Arts, Sydney
How we understand climate change (Watch videos)1 March 2012
The Climate Change Cluster (C3)hosts a presentation to students of Design.
Scientist Martina Doblinand artist Lisa Robertspresent to designer Mark Gerada and his students of Visualising Research, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Built Environment,University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
Video recordings by Linda Cairnes.
First, Martina presents key findings of climate change science and explains the scientific method. Second, Lisa talks about three methods used by artists to expand understanding of scientific data: Tracing, Relating and Dynamically connecting. Third, artists and designers discuss the role of the arts in expanding understanding, and the issues involved in connecting more people to scientific evidence of climate change.
Writer/theatre producer Daniela Giorgiand artist Lisa Robertspresent a theatrical adaptation of the paper co-authored by Lisa and scientist Steve Nicolat the conference Antarctica: Music, Sounds, Cultural Connections,Australian National University, Canberra. Daniela impersonates the scientist. Lisa plays herself.