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Creative Data Club is teaming up with celebrated information design agency Signal Noise for Data Gazing Trilogy - a series of special future-focused data events.

Data Gazing Trilogy

We will be bringing our signature blend of creative speakers to brand new venues across the capital, alongside a special event in Manchester, as part of our Data Gazing Trilogy beginning this autumn.

All events are completely free, so join us on a creative expedition about predicting the future with data today! Audiences will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.


Next event...

Data Gazing #2

Creative Data Club x Music Hackspace: Track. Translate. Transmit.

Tuesday 29th November

In November, we will be collaborating with our friends at Music Hackspace to bring creative data right to the heart of LimeWharf’s cultural innovation hub in East London.

As artists, scientists, designers and entrepreneurs, we often find that, even through the smallest of explorations, there is a mass of data sitting at the very edge of our fingertips, waiting to be used. But how do we use it? Are we open with it? Do we seek to share it with others? And if so, what does that process of sharing involve?

How do we translate and retransmit the data that we have been tracking?

Speakers Tim Exile, Olivia Rzepczynski (what3words) and Alexis Kirke will be joining us to explore a breath of innovative and experimental uses of data sets; from generating sound and multimedia performance to providing an insight into better addressing the complex world in which we live today.

#creativedata @MusicHackspace #SignalNoiseLDN

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Previous Data Gazing events...

Data Gazing #1

Creative Data Club x Signal Noise: The Power of Prediction

Tuesday 20th September

First up this September we’ll be heading back to Shoreditch for London Design Festival to discuss the finer points of prediction alongside Signal Noise’s exhibition: Place Your Bets.

We are now entering the next stage of the data revolution, from the data we collect we are beginning to develop technologies to help us predict the future. From the rise of Trump in the US against all odds, to the oddly accurate prediction of celebrity deaths through football goals, 2016 has been an unusual year.

Are we using data in the wrong way, or is the data we’re using incorrect?

Speakers Mick Grierson, Anders Petterson and Kasia Molga will be joining us to predict the future for music, art and the environment through AI music composition, crowdsourced data and wearable technology.

#creativedata #SignalNoiseLDN #LDF16

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Data Gazing Manchester Special

Creative Data Club x DM 16: Can data help us design and create with more diversity?

Tuesday 18th October

In October we will be teaming up with our friends at Design Manchester to bring creative data right to the heart of the Northern Quarter and to our host venue Texture.

Diversity is the celebration of our uniqueness, but in many situations it’s not present, it’s not valued and it’s often ignored. From arts to tech to boards to government, sections of our global community are missing.

How can we move past homogeny into a more representative future?

Speakers from CATCH, Music Hackspace and Signal Noise, and composer Michael Betteridge will be joining us to discuss the use of data to design assistive technology and adaptable musical interfaces, produce verbatim music theatre and address issues surrounding privacy and data inequality.

#creativedata #SignalNoiseLDN #DM16

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We Data

Creative Data Club is a platform for artists, scientists, agencies, designers, marketers, programmers and even the odd data cynic to listen, debate and be inspired by data and creativity. We bring together a handful of speakers from different backgrounds to share their thoughts and experiences, exploring the expanding world of data with the likes of Sam Aaron, creator of Sonic Pi, Sandy Black from the London College of Fashion and Jay Short from design agency Inition.


Creative Data Club is proudly presented to you by Sound and Music.

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CDC #14
19 May 2016
Ron Herrema
@Ron_Herrema
Vaughn Horsman
@VaughnHorsman
Daniel Richardson and Jorina Von Zimmerman
@eyethinkdcr and @hivescience
CDC #12
28 Jan 2016
Thor Magnusson
@thormagnusson
Alex McLean
@yaxu
Kate Hayes and Mathieu Barthet
@KateHayes_Music and @matdiffusion
XMAS Special
8 Dec 2015
Libby Heaney
@LibbyHeaney
Jon Paul Little
@JonPaulLittle
James Bulley
@JJBulley
Sandy Black and Basil Safwat
@Basil
CDC #11
11 Nov 2015
Tammy Owens and Sam Ellis
lida.com
Alex Haw
@AlexHaw
Rebecca Louise Collins
rebeccalouisecollins.com
CDC #10
9 Sept 2015
Libby Heaney
@LibbyHeaney
Simon Piehl
bureau-va.com
Christin Rauter and Leon-Jean Marie
noizonic.com
CDC #09
12 May 2015
Stefanie Posavec
@StefPos
Hem Patel
signal-noise.co.uk
Gretchen Andrew
@GretchenAndrew
Nick Rothwell
@Cassieldotcom
CDC #08
14 April 2015
Leanne Buchan
@ODILeeds
Sam Aaron
@SamAaron
Daniel Jones
@ideoforms
Kasia Molga
@olygamy
CDC #07
19 Feb 2015
James Bulley
@JJBulley
Harry Cooper
@hrycpr
Jez Collins
@JezC
CDC #06
27 Jan 2015
Jon Paul Little
@JonPaulLittle
Ian Rawes
@LondonSounds
Stef Lewandowski
@Stef
CDC #05
9 Dec 2014
Taras Young
@tarasyoung
Emily Groves
@EmilyCGroves
Steve Woodward
@SteveJWoodward
Andrew Faraday
@MarmiteJunction
Kristina Pulejkova
@TinaPulejkova
CDC #04
28 Oct 2014
Susanna Eastburn
@SusannaEastburn
Darren Murphy
@DarrenBMurphy
Sandy Black and Basil Safwat
@Basil
Ed Anderton
threesixtygiving.org
CDC #03
23 Sept 2014
Chris Unitt
@ChrisUnitt
Jay Short
inition.co.uk
Dan Simpson
@DanSimpsonPoet
sharcore
@erocdrahs
Daniel Allington
@dr_d_allington
CDC #02
17 June 2014
Di Mainstone
@DiMainstone
Mick Grierson
@goldcomputing
Julia Payne
@tweetsatthehub
Tim Murray-Browne
@timmurraybrowne
CDC #01
13 May 2014
Kate Sicchio
@Sicchio
Kealy Cozens
@KealyC
Trevor Horsewood
@HorsewoodCC
Shaun Blezard
@cluttermusic

We're always looking for new speakers, new ideas and new ways to connect Creative Data Club members. If you have a story you'd like to share with the Creative Data community then get in touch.

Email us

amanda@creativedataclub.co.uk