Julie Freeman and Denis Roche on art/science collaborations chaired by Janis Jefferies

Julie Freeman’s work explores transforming complex processes into sound compositions, objects and visualisations. Her work spans visual, audio and digital art forms and explores the relationship between science, nature and how humans interact with it. She is currently Artist in Residence at the Microsystems & Nanotechnology Centre, Cranfield University, and Associate Researcher at Goldsmiths Digital Studio. www.translatingnature.org

Denis Roche is curating artist of the Open Window Project and Director of Vivartes. As a composer and artist living and working in Ireland he has created many visual and sound art installations, most recently “A
Clinically Useful Artwork?” an installation, taking place in an isolation
ward in St.James Hospital, Dublin which was submitted for the degree of M.A in Fine Art from NCAD.He has made invited presentations at MoMA, The Smithsonian Institute and the National Naval Medical Centre,Washington on the Open Window project.