Atmospheres – Hum Studio interactive

SINE: Internalizing Science through Art and Visualization of Data from the Natural World

This project considers how local ecological catastrophes are contextualized within global climate science and the international news cycle. In line with MediaFutures’ objectives of considering the role of data in journalism, science, transparency, and democracy, we will develop a tool to study how science is reported, at times sensationalised, and even forgotten. A resulting artwork will allow the viewer to experience these insights directly.

The integration of various media outlets with social media platforms has accelerated the 24 hour news cycle. For various political and economic reasons, data indicating climate change is often contentious, resulting in natural catastrophes appearing as anomalous events which are dropped from the news cycle soon after they appear. By integrating various data sources and algorithms into a single experience we aim to provide a single vantage point that can take in the global and local scales of climate change situated in current and historical time.


Haseeb Ahmed is a research-based artist. His work is often collaborative and draws on the hard sciences to produce artworks.

IN2 is a software company with many years of experience in AI, designing, developing and operating web-based solutions at scale.

Websites: Haseeb Ahmed, IN2

Haseeb Ahmed


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MediaFutures was part of the S+T+ARTS ecosystem.

MediaFutures is part of the S+T+ARTS ecosystem.