Art Associate, Open Data Institute, co-directing the Data as Culture art programme.
Julie is an artist whose practice is focused on the theory and application of data as an art material. Through working collaboratively with scientists, she use algorithmic digital technologies to create work, which explores how the human connection to nature is mediated by technology and data. She experiments with transforming complex processes and data sets into sound compositions, kinetic objects and animations, with a focus on questioning how we “translate nature”.
Her work has been shown widely in the UK including Tate Modern, The Lowry, Science Museum, V&A, and The Barbican, and internationally, including in Brazil, Russia, Canada, US, and Columbia.