Julie Freeman translates complex processes and data from natural sources into kinetic sculptures, physical objects, images, sound compositions and animations. Her work has been shown at leading institutions including: the Victoria & Albert museum, London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, Kinetica, Open Data Institute, Barbican Centre, and the Science Museum, as well as internationally in Brazil, Croatia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Russia, Singapore and the USA. Julie has won awards from the Wellcome Trust, the Arts Council, and a fellowship from Nesta. As a TED Senior Fellow and co-founder of the Data as Culture art programme, Julie considers the profound impact that the web of data is having on our culture. Based in the UK, she is a doctoral candidate in Media & Arts Technology at Queen Mary University of London. She is a co-founder of Fine Acts, an organisation raising awareness of human rights through art.