Julie Freeman is an artist whose work spans visual, audio and digital art forms, and explores how we perceive the relationship between technology, science and nature. She is passionate about understanding the less obvious elements of our world, and about how art can incorporate science and technology to inform our perspective of these unseen layers. Often working collaboratively, she experiments in transforming complex processes and data sets into sound compositions, objects and animations.
Based in the UK, Julie is a NESTA Fellow, a Wellcome Trust Arts awardee, and a board member of MzTEK.org. She is currently artist-not-often-in-residence at Cranfield University's Microsystems and Nanotechnology Centre. And a PhD candidate on the Media and Arts Technology, Queen Mary University of London.
Data as art, data in art. Creative technologies. Artist scientist collaborations. How nature inspires us.
Cold water swimming. I'm a UK Cold Water Swimming Champion - silver medalist (2011) at 3.5•C.
I also make a mean vodka and lemon risotto. And an outstanding lemon sponge souffle.
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