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Recruitment Gone Wrong 2017, Thomson & Craighead, The New Observatory exhibition, Fact, Liverpool, 2017. Photo [©] Gareth Jones.

Commissioning artists to work with data as a material

By Julie Freeman and Hannah Redler Hawes

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Divorce Index / Curtain of Broken Dreams, 2017, Natasha Caruana. Photo [©] Gareth Jones.

Data as Culture

Through articles, conversations and case studies we’ll…

British Council Creative Economy

Written by

British Council Creative Economy team. We work with artists, entrepreneurs, and creative communities globally to tackle today’s cultural and social challenges.

Data as Culture

Through articles, conversations and case studies we’ll explore the cultural weight of data and examine works that use data as an artistic material, offering perspectives on the potential that data offers and how it is shaping society around us.

British Council Creative Economy

Written by

British Council Creative Economy team. We work with artists, entrepreneurs, and creative communities globally to tackle today’s cultural and social challenges.

Data as Culture

Through articles, conversations and case studies we’ll explore the cultural weight of data and examine works that use data as an artistic material, offering perspectives on the potential that data offers and how it is shaping society around us.

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