ART/DATA/HEALTH Seminars: Communicating public health data creatively during the pandemic
Organised by the ART/DATA/HEALTH project (University of Brighton, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council), this seminar series explores how health data have been communicated during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on creative and artistic representations of data.
Join Dr Aristea Fotopoulou (Creative Futures Academic lead and project lead for ART/DATA/HEALTH) in this exciting free online seminar series, where International speakers explore how health data have been communicated during the COVID-19 Pandemic, focusing On Creative And Artistic Representations Of Quantitative Data.
The series includes perspectives and approaches to data from bioart, community art, participatory dance, media art, film and more traditional data vi, such as infographics, which were explored during the two years of the ART/DATA/HEALTH Project.
30/03 Anna Dumitriu. “Creating Meaning From Healthcare Data Through Art”. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
01/04 Prof Rahul Bhargava Northeastern University “”Get Off The Screen!!! Creative Approaches To Embodying Data In The Real World”. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
09/04 Dr Younghui Kim, Queensland University Of Technology. “Data Art: Exploring Data As Artistic Material And Medium”. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE.
12/04 Prof Sally Wyatt, Maastricht University. “Touching Data: Touch Me With Your Naked Hand Or Touch Me With Your Glove”.
DATE TBC Patel, Shreepali (StoryLab Project, Anglia Ruskin University). “Covid Through The Creative Lens”.
20/04 Launch Of ART/DATA/HEALTH Short Film “Human, Planet, Weaker, Other”, Directed By Dr Aristea Fotopoulou, Animation By Caroline Beavon, Filming By Hydrocracker.