Cinematic Experiences and Bio Visualization
Ricardo Rivera and Aaron Brakke / Colombia – USA
Nolineal, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
The panel’s goal is to explore art / science / technology relationships amidst the proliferated production of scientific and artistic data and the various forms of representation beyond traditional two-dimensional static interfaces. This panel is interested in gathering an interdisciplinary intercontinental group that includes producers of biological data, artists, and producers of the moving image, scientists and architects to provoke a dialogue about how bio visualization is becoming an intensified avenue for scientific and artistic exploration and knowledge production that had not been possible until recently. This panel will explore the relationship between data and its imaging in interactive environments, mediated by biological concepts. The panelists will address how the representation of the big data in virtual or interactive environments have moved beyond metaphor and biomimicry and how they provide a vital contribution to all living beings that must find creative ways to coexist and survive the Anthropocene.