On 23rd October 2019, as part of the Brighton Digital Festival, we welcomed 40 guests to our first public event Data, health and the arts: Creating space, bridging boundaries to debate the opportunities and challenges presented by digital data tools and technologies for health and wellbeing.
You can now watch the four presentations below, or read the full project blog post here.
Watch Sarah Ticho’s Brighton Digital Festival talk, ‘Immersive art as therapy’:
Watch Liz Ford’s Brighton Digital Festival talk, ‘My healthcare data: What does it look like and what can it be used for?’:
Watch Jo-Anne Welsh’s Brighton Digital Festival talk, ‘You can’t manage what you can’t measure’:
Watch Aristea Fotopoulou’s Brighton Digital Festival talk, ‘Enhancing public engagement with health data through art practice’: