This iteration of Oceanic Living Data combines the animation presented at the 2012 Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, with music by VOA (Benn DeMole & Catriona Davies). VOA composed music for Oceanic Sydney, a performance installation with dancers Caterina Mocciola & Ashley Macqueen improvising within an environment of original sounds and scientific data animated by Lisa Roberts The animation visualises relationships that exist between us and other living things. The music embodies the sensory responses of two musicians to the animation, and the knowledge of krill shared by scientist Steve Nicol: "krill swarms must sound like billions of small mandibles breaking small pieces of glass - diatom shells are made up of silica". (In Email conversation with Lisa Roberts, Tue, 18 Sep 2012) See: LivingData.net.au

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