Corby & Baily, with Jonathan Mackenzie

Southern Ocean Study # 1.0

Southern Ocean Study #1.0 aims to explore how Climate Models can function as expressive visual and conceptual representations of climate change, beyond their original scientific contexts and purpose. The project is a wall projected, real-time rendering of a Climate Model used to track and predict the impacts of climate change in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (Southern Ocean), mixed with live eco data from the region.

Tom Corby´s work as an artist and writer concerns in exploring how do scientific tools of image elaboration and environmental models can be redesigned in the artistic practice.
Gavin Baily specialises in R & D projects in, digital-arts, and architecture. Recent work includes visualisation apps for BBC Learning, the Natural History Museum and others.
Jonathan Mackenzie is a scientist who has worked for over twenty years on research projects that overlap art, science and computing. He is particularly interested in algorithms as creative tools, and in complexity science.