The modified new version of “BreatheOut” was exhibited at QUT biennial event, Robotronica 2019. I added new sensors that resemble a Calla lily flower to allow the audience to mix the data visualiszation with the live Brisbane air data. By breathing out to the flower planted in the living plant, the local Brisbane audience can add new particles that represent Brisbane PM 2.5 (Particle Matters) quality in different colors depending on the air quality status. For example, the large screen displays the current air quality of Seoul city, Gangnambgu and the real-time air quality data from Brisbane CBD will get mixed with Seoul air in the screen by breathing out to the sensor.
She presented her PhD work-in-progress data art project, ‘Seeking for Outliers‘ at Lounge Space 5 (5-2) ACC Creation. It is exciting to discuss and hear feedback from peers in the digital art practice and research from all over the world. It was also motivating to attend to other artist talks on data sonification, bio art, robotic art and AI art practice and research.