Julie Freeman PKN

Julie Freeman is an artist. She explores the relationship between science and nature; questioning the use of technology in how we translate our world. Her work transforms complex processes and data from real-time sources into kinetic sculptures, physical objects, images, sound compositions and animations, and has been exhibited widely. She co-leads the Data as Culture art programme at the Open Data Institute. Julie is co-founder and Creative Director of Fine Acts where her focus is on human rights activism and social change through the intersection of art, data and technology. She is a TED Senior Fellow and holds a PhD from Queen Mary University of London on Defining Data as an Art Material. @jozfreeman