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julie freeman
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My work spans visual, audio and digital art forms and explores the relationship between technology, science and nature, and how we perceive and interact with them. Often working collaboratively, I experiment in transforming complex processes and data sets into sound compositions, objects and animations. For the past 15 years I’ve focused on questioning the use of electronic technologies to ‘translate nature’ – whether it is through the sound of torrential rain dripping on a giant rhubarb leaf; a pair of mobile concrete speakers who lurk in galleries spewing sonic samples, by providing an interactive platform from which to view the flap, twitch and prick of dogs’ ears; or using scientific techniques to misguide an audience to manipulate their senses. My ‘pioneering’ artwork The Lake, used hydrophones, custom software and advanced technology to track electronically tagged fish and translate their movement into an audio-visual experience.
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