Date: Tuesday 29th November 2016 (18:30 – 21:00)
Venue: LimeWharf, Vyner Street, London. E2 9DJ
Produced by: Sound and Music in partnership with Music Hackspace and Signal Noise
Tickets: Register for free
Data Gazing #2: Sound and Music is teaming up with celebrated information design agency Signal Noise for Creative Data Club Data Gazing Trilogy – a series of special future-focused data events. The event will feature a blend of creative speakers to brand new venues across the capital, alongside a special event in Manchester, as part of the Data Gazing Trilogy beginning this autumn.
As artists, scientists, designers and entrepreneurs, we often find that, even through the smallest of explorations, there is a mass of data sitting at the very edge of our fingertips, waiting to be used. But how do we use it? Are we open with it? Do we seek to share it with others? And if so, what does that process of sharing involve? How do we translate and retransmit the data that we have been tracking?
Speakers Tim Exile, Olivia Rzepczynski (what3words) and Alexis Kirke will be joining us to explore a breath of innovative and experimental uses of data sets; from generating sound and multimedia performance to providing an insight into better addressing the complex world in which we live today.
This is a free event, so join us on a creative expedition of data interpretation today! Audiences will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.
Creative Data Club is a platform for artists, scientists, agencies, designers, marketers, programmers and even the odd data cynic to listen, debate and be inspired by data and creativity. We bring together a handful of speakers from different backgrounds to share their thoughts and experiences, exploring the expanding world of data with the likes of Sam Aaron, creator of Sonic Pi, Sandy Black from the London School of Fashion and Jay Short from design agency Inition.
Sound and Music is the national charity for new music in the UK. Their mission is to maximise the opportunities for people to create and enjoy new music. Their work includes composer and artist development, partnerships with a range of organisations, audience development, touring, information and advice, network building, and education. Join the network: @Soundandmusic // /soundandmusic
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