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Friday lunchtime lecture: Data as culture 2014, with Julie Freeman & Shiri Shalmy

Friday lunchtime lecture: Data as culture 2014, with Julie Freeman & Shiri Shalmy

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Published by Open Data Institute
The ODI’s Data as Culture art programme aims to engage diverse audiences with artists and works that use data as an art material.

The 2014 commission explores our relationship with surveillance, privacy, and personal data, taking a critical and sometimes comedic look at the power of open data. Works include pneumatic contraptions, satellite imagery, data collection performances, and knitted data discrepancies.

Art curator Shiri Shalmy talked to Open Data institute’s Art Associate Julie Freeman about the curatorial process behind the 2014 Data as Culture exhibition.

Julie Freeman is the Art Associate at the ODI and heads up the Data as Culture art programme. She is a PhD student at Queen Mary University of London researching the convergence of biological data and kinetic art.*

Shiri Shalmy is an independent contemporary art curator working with artists and public art organisations nationally and internationally.

You can find audio from this lecture here - https://soundcloud.com/theodi/odi-fridays-data-as-culture-1
The ODI’s Data as Culture art programme aims to engage diverse audiences with artists and works that use data as an art material.

The 2014 commission explores our relationship with surveillance, privacy, and personal data, taking a critical and sometimes comedic look at the power of open data. Works include pneumatic contraptions, satellite imagery, data collection performances, and knitted data discrepancies.

Art curator Shiri Shalmy talked to Open Data institute’s Art Associate Julie Freeman about the curatorial process behind the 2014 Data as Culture exhibition.

Julie Freeman is the Art Associate at the ODI and heads up the Data as Culture art programme. She is a PhD student at Queen Mary University of London researching the convergence of biological data and kinetic art.*

Shiri Shalmy is an independent contemporary art curator working with artists and public art organisations nationally and internationally.

You can find audio from this lecture here - https://soundcloud.com/theodi/odi-fridays-data-as-culture-1

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Published by: Open Data Institute on Apr 11, 2014
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Catalyse the evolution of
open data culture
to create economic, environmental, and social value
ODI mission statement
 
Data as an art material
 –
 used by artists & designers (and other creatives)
Data that is cultural media
 –
 moving image, photos, audio, BBC archives, Europeana, etc
Data about the cultural sector
 –
 museums, galleries, audiences
Cultural data

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