Julie Freeman

Julie Freeman

Art Associate in The Open Data Institute

Julie Freeman is an artist and computer scientist who uses complex processes and data from natural sources to create kinetic sculptures, physical objects, images, sound compositions and animations. Her work explores relationship between us, science and the natural world; questioning the use of technology in how we connect to and translate nature. Based in London, she is a TED Senior Fellow, a Nesta Fellow, and a doctoral student at the Media & Arts Technology lab at Queen Mary University of London. She heads up the Data as Culture art programme at the Open Data Institute, and is co-founder of Fine Acts, an organisation to raise awareness of human rights through art. www.translatingnature.org

 

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