Living data: how art helps us all understand climate change
In a recent article for The Conversation, Dr Lisa Roberts, leader of the Living Data program at UTS, writes:
Science and the arts are often polarised as incompatible ways of understanding the world. That’s not necessarily true – and what brings them together is creativity and curiosity.
Creativity is at the heart of art and science and passion drives both as ways of satisfying curiosity and expressing new findings. Science builds a world-view based on currently known facts.
Read more at The Conversation.
Watch a new animation by Lisa Roberts working to excerpts from Matthew Dewey’s Symphony No 2 – ex Oceano :
“it’s not about the story teller but the story to be told” Scientist Kirralee Baker quote
Lynchpin has links with Living Data (follow base bar below).