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We know data is useful, but it can be beautiful, too. Two Boston-based artists are integrating atmospheric, ecological, and meteorological data into their works, pushing the boundaries of creative production and asking what happens when art, science — and the weather — collide. Panel discussion moderated by Leonie Bradbury


FREE - BUT PLEASE REGISTER HERE

Location: CBT Architects |110 Canal St, Boston, MA 02114



Images:

Left: Georgie Friedman, Contained Lightning, Public Media Art Commission for Art on the Marquee, Approx. 80’ tall x 24’ wide, 2014; Right: Nathalie Miebach,Temporal Warmth: Tango Between Air, Land and Sea, reed, wood, data, 36”x38”x32”, 2008




THIS TALK IS PART OF: HUBweek OPEN DOORS


Open Doors is a celebration of the innovation happening in different corners of this city – places where new ideas are percolating, businesses are emerging, and communities are growing.


North Station is a neighborhood that has undergone an incredible transformation. To see it today, reimagined as a bustling technology hub, is proof of the momentum in the Boston innovation scene. Trip Advisor, Converse, CBT, and Rapid 7 all call this neighborhood home – companies who not only understand the power of data, but are using it to guide decisions across products, services, spaces, culture, and people.


On May 20th, get a close-up view of these North Station trailblazers at the first of HUBweek’s 2019 Open Doors events. We’ll be taking over the neighborhood for a series of panel discussions, gallery tours, and activities followed by a meet-up at the brand new Night Shift Brewing taproom.


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The Art + Science of Climate Change

Georgie Friedman & Nathalie Miebach

Monday, May 20, 2019

2:30 - 3:30 PM

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