Why data is the future of art | Julie Freeman | TEDxStormont by TEDx Talks   4 years ago

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why Data is the Future of Art

Julie Freeman uses data to create kinetic sculptures, sound compositions and animations. Her artwork questions technology’s impact on how we connect to, and translate, nature. She is a TED Senior Fellow and a doctoral student at QMUL. She leads the Data as Culture art programme at the Open Data Institute. @misslake

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