Julie Freeman






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  • ISEA2012

    Julie Freeman (born 1972 in Halton, UK) is an artist whose work spans visual, audio and digital art forms and explores the relationship between science, nature and how humans interact with it.

    ISEA2009

    Julie Freeman’s work explores transforming complex biological processes into sound compositions, objects and visualisations. Her work spans multiple art forms and explores the relationship between science, nature and technology, and how humans interact with it. For the past 14 years her work has focused on using technologies to ‘translate nature’ to enable deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural environment. Freeman holds an MA in Digital Art from LCEA, Middlesex University, is a NESTA fellow and Wellcome Trust arts awardee. She is steering group chair of FreqOUT! community arts programme for young people and wireless technology, a board member of Node.London media arts and creative advisor to MeshMinds arts networking organisation. Her work has been exhibited across the UK, including at the ICA and the Science Museum, and internationally in Brazil, Croatia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Russia, and the USA. She is currently resident artist at the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Centre, Cranfield University

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