On Art & Science Translations: From Natural Phenomena to Data Visualization

rancisco Aguirre, Ángeles Estévez, Inti Gonzalez, Matías Labbé, Claudia Müller, Jazmín Adler

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Round Table
In this round table, the authors of HEXA project discuss with glaciologists some ideas, challenges and methods involved in the translation of scientific data regarding Schiaparelli Glacier into visual and sound representations. The conversation focuses on how HEXA explores mathematical behaviours in nature from the convergence between artistic imaginaries and scientific research.

Participants: Francisco Aguirre – Ángeles Estévez – Inti González – Matías Labbé –  Claudia Müller
Moderator: Jazmín Adler


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Francisco Aguirre
PhD(c) in Antarctic and Subantarctic Sciences from Universidad de Magallanes and Civil Engineer in Geography from Universidad de Santiago de Chile. He is a researcher at the Subantarctic Biocultural Conservation Program of Universidad de Magallanes & Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity (IEB) at Omora Ethnobotanical Park in Puerto Williams, Chilean Patagonia.
Francisco Aguirre is also the coordinator of LTSER -Cape Horn network. His broad research interest is the effect of the global changes on Subantarctic biota and its ecosystem, with a focus on atmospheric-hydrological-ecological interaction.

Ángeles Estévez
BA in Communication Sciences from Universidad Mayor, Santiago de Chile. She works as a social communicator and organisational adviser in Santiago and Buenos Aires. Angeles Estévez relates the human communication and environment footprint with the communities, the ancestral roots and the current culture. She also studies the relationships between individual and collective memories, and she has collaborated for exhibition and artistic residence in Punta Arenas, Santiago and Plataforma Vertices in Barcelona.
She lives and works in Punta Arenas, Chilean Patagonia.

Inti González
MA in Antarctic and Subantarctic Sciences, PhD candidate at Universidad de Magallanes, Geography Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, and researcher from CEQUA Foundation. His research interests address the monitoring of the glacier dynamic between oceans, lakes and marine ecosystems with a focus in Cordillera Darwin, Tierra del Fuego, Chilean Patagonia. Inti González collaborates with INACH, UMAG, FURG (Brazil) y Universidad de Humboldt (Berlin). He lives and works in Punta Arenas, Chilean Patagonia.

Matías Labbé
He holds an MFA from Universidad de Chile and a BFA from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His artistic research develops in the territories of hybrid disciplines concerning the environment, especially in the interaction between nature and technology. He extends his artistic production in various fields, either from the exhibition of his works collectively and individually in Chile and America (Buenos Aires, Lima, New York), as well as through the creation and management of exhibition projects, residencies, curatorships and the writing for other artists projects.

Claudia Müller
She holds an MFA Universidad de Chile and a BA in Fine Arts, with a major in Printmaking from the University Finis Terrae. In 2007 she earned a Postgraduate Diploma in Graphic, Photographic and Video Production from the University of Chile, before going on to study a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts, with a major, at the same University. She has worked as a lecturer in the Photography Department at the University of Chile, as well as in the Photography Department in the Faculty of Visual Arts & Faculty Design, University Finis Terrae. She currently lectures in New Media and the central workshop at the Catholic University’s School of Art, in Santiago of Chile. Her work arises from daily observation of natural forces such as water and air, which are made visible through photography, video and installation.