Julie is an established digital artist who works in deep collaboration on art, science and technology projects to create data informed art experiences. Her interest is in the use of data as an art material, specifically exploring time-based data from living systems.
Julie considers data the foundational element that enables communication between the natural world and ourselves, while digital technology interprets that data to allow humans to experience and understand phenomena that exist beyond our own sensory perception. Her work ranges from site-specific installations to kinetic sculptures to online works.
Julie holds a PhD in Media and Art Technology from the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University, and an MA in Digital Art from Middlesex University. She is TED Senior Fellow, and a member of the first Low Carbon Design Institute residency programme. She has exhibited in the UK at the V&A, Science Museum, The Lowry and the Barbican, as well as internationally.