The JPEG is Dead
December 8 at7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
With the arrival of interactive web-based technology this presentation questions why online art exhibitions are often reduced to a collection of static JPEG files. This session takes a deep dive into the future of online art exhibitions. Participants will be shown digital artworks that push boundaries of traditional exhibition formats. Discussion around implementation and creation of interactive and engaging digital art exhibitions will also take place and include latest tools and platforms.
Julia Krolik is an information designer, data scientist, exhibiting artist and entrepreneur. Her scientific work includes published research in microbiology and public health. As an award-winning artist, Julia integrates scientific methodology and data into her creative process. Julia is the founder of Art the Science, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering science-art culture. Through her creative agency Pixels and Plans, Julia fuses scientific integrity, engaging design and teaching to empower government and ngo’s by providing visual communication services.
Owen Fernley is a software engineer and creative coder who builds applications and interactive experiences for the web. His projects involve collecting and processing data with tools such as node.js and python, and visualizing this data with d3.js, canvas and three.js. His work aims to balance stories with technology to create engaging learning experiences and time-based art.
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