Art as barometer: Uncovering a new breed of instrumental artist
Newcombe, Jodi (2017) Art as barometer: Uncovering a new breed of instrumental artist. In Coombs, Gretchen, Sade, Gavin J., & McNamara, Andrew E. (Eds.) Undesign: Critical Practices at the Intersection of Art and Design. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), India. (In Press)
"The arts have long been a barometer for civilisation, registering, at the surface of our cultural consciousness, the seismic shifts in society’s bedrock. But only quite recently, with the advent of pervasive data and new sensing technologies, have artists also literally become barometers, seizing upon new materials and techniques to create instruments to measure and translate the natural environment."--http://www.carbonarts.org/articles/art-as-barometer/
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Current > Schools > School of Media, Entertainment & Creative Arts
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