The Nanoresonance team aims to explore the outputs of scientific data creatively to enable the collaboration between the scientific and creative mind.
MISSION & VISION
Our vision is to develop creative interpretations, methods, and approaches for the creative expression of scientific datasets using sonification and visualisation.
Our mission is to enable innovative creative ways of expressing scientific data and ideas, to bring new ways for scientists to think about their research, and to cultivate new inter and intradisciplinary research methods for artists and scientists.
Science & Art Collaboration
Our core focus is to develop new methods and approaches for scientists and artists to work together to develop new knowledge and learn from one another's approaches to research.
Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Global Cases Map (2021)
Max Patch converts numerical data into musical instrument digital interface and Control Voltage (CV)for sonification
The Max patch can be embedded into Ableton Live a digital audio workstation for composition
What is Nanoresonance?
NanoResonance explores the outputs of scientific data creatively, investigating modes of artistic expression made possible by combining 3D audio and video in conjunction with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence methods. The team is interested in developing new methodological and artistic approaches to exploring, understanding, and negotiating scientific datasets. Fostering collaborations between scientists and creative scholars, this project has explored ways of making meaning from scientific data that has reach to broader audiences.
Nanoresonance is funded through Sydney Nano’s Catalyst Grant Scheme. This research is made possible through the funding we have received from Sydney Nano.