I had the great privilege of being selected as a Sackler Symposium Student Fellow this year. The Fellows Symposium had 48 speakers presenting their work, and it was a long and wondeful whirlwind. You can see all of it at the early end of the #CreateCollab2018 hashtag.
The few that I managed to capture:
William Wiebe: on the literal disappearance of bodies, how artists work with unanswerable questions, and the transformation of visual culture through machine learning #CreateCollab2018 @theNASciences pic.twitter.com/AfEkGvKN9l— nikki stevens (@drnikki) March 12, 2018
I spoke too:
.@drnikki on "inclusivity in data lifecycles"- data, justice, open source (how are we asking questions? a new standard?) "info takes the shape of its container" #CreateCollab2018 @theNASciences pic.twitter.com/q4dzgDxmWG— Ellie Irons (@eirons) March 12, 2018