Julie Freeman

Julie Freeman
Artist, Queen Mary University of London

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Julie Freeman is an artist for whom technology plays an integral part of her practice. Her dynamic artworks are often data-driven, that is shaped by external influences such as humans, animals or environmental factors. Freeman’s work explores the relationship between science and the natural world, questioning the use of electronic technologies to ‘translate nature’. Freeman often works collaboratively with scientists, experimenting to transform complex processes and data sets into sound compositions, kinetic objects and animations.

Her work is held in a number of private collections, and since 1998 has been shown across the UK in venues such as the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Kinetica, the Barbican Centre and the Science Museum, and internationally in Brazil, Croatia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Russia and the USA.

Freeman is a PhD candidate in Media & Arts Technologies at Queen Mary University of London. She is a board member of MzTEK.org, and is a fellow of NESTA and TED



Visualization & Interface
Location: Buckingham Room Level: Non-technical
Julie Freeman (Queen Mary University of London)
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In this session I’ll present recent work and research, and discuss how subjectivity can be used to create subtle and emotive, physical data-driven artwork that demonstrate patterns in data. Read more.


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