Mitchell Whitelaw – Visualising culture

In a talk where he jokingly said he felt “no pressure”, Mitchell Whitelaw presents a fascinating look at a number of projects he is involved in to preserve and visualise rich data about Australian cultural assets including photographs, prints and documents. As good as some of TED’s own great visualisation work, Mitchell’s work has won accolades across the Australian cultural sphere.

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