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Most Blue Skies II at Data Landscapes
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Autogena L, Portway J
The Arts Catalyst
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20-22 May 2011
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Data Landscapes presents artworks, The Southern Ocean Studies by Tom Corby, Gavin Baily + Jonathan Mackenzie and Most Blue Skies by Lise Autogena + Joshua Portway, that utilise large data arrays to create poetic mappings of global systems. The exhibition will be preceded by a symposium investigating the creative potential of climate data.Organised by CREAM (The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media, University of Westminster) in partnership with The Arts Catalyst. An AHRC funded network project.
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live data visualisation
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