Lisa Roberts, Leader of the Living Data Program at UTS, spoke on GREEN VELVET, Eastside Radio, Sydney on 23rd February. In conversation with presenter Ruth Hessey, Lisa described how she became drawn into Marine and Antarctic Science, how she sees a synergy in arts and science collaborations as a way of broadening community understanding and more  –  including how ex Oceano may inform some of her animation work in 2015.

You can tune into past programs at the Eastside website and by moving the tuner along to around 20.30 catch Lisa as she begins to speak.

Thanks Lisa and Ruth, for so generously giving ex Oceano exposure on Green Velvet!