Julie Freeman uses technology to explore and discover rhythms and patterns in predictable and unpredictable systems through audio, space and visualisation.
Linking art, nature, science and technology, she experiments in transforming complex processes into sound compositions, objects and animations, and although technology is often at the core of her work she aims to make it transparent in the final output. Freeman’s focus is on translating nature to enable deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural environment.
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