Data as Culture
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Data as Culture

Julie and Hannah with Julie’s RAT.Systems 2017 at The New Observatory exhibition, Fact, Liverpool, 2017. Photo [©] Gareth Jones.

Julie Freeman and Hannah Redler Hawes in conversation

A conversation with ODI Art Associate Julie Freeman and ODI Associate Curator Hannah Redler Hawes

Digital Wave, Julie Freeman (Studio Fish), 1998
Fairytale for Sale, 2011, Natasha Caruana. Image courtesy of the artist.
Software Exhibition, 1970
View of Les Immateriaux, Centre Pompidou, 1985
Three flames ate the sun, and big stars were seen, Phil Archer, Data as Culture, 2012. Image courtesy of the artist.



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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